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The American Diabetes Association's Safe at School Campaign

For a student using insulin, diabetes must be managed 24/7, including the many hours spent at school, on field trips and in extra-curricular activities.

Some families can send their child with diabetes to school in the morning and feel confident that the school will be prepared to provide the diabetes care that meets their child's needs. Other families worry that their child won't have access to good diabetes management, that their child will be excluded from activities or have to take an exam when blood glucose levels are plummeting.
 
The Safe at School Campaign recognizes the vital role that the school nurse plays as the primary coordinator and provider of care at school and a key goal of Safe at School is to provide the school nurse with the resources he or she needs. For more information visit the Safe at School website at http://www.diabetes.org/living-with-diabetes/parents-and-kids/diabetes-care-at-school/

 

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