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The diabetic child in school:Children with diabetes:"Children with diabetes require medical care to remain healthy. The need for medical care does not end while the child is at school. The following information is designed to help children with diabetes and their parents ensure that they are able to care for their diabetes while at school."
http://www.childrenwithdiabetes.com/d_0q_000.htm

Guidelines for the Care of Students with Diabetes in the School Setting:NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION:"Children with diabetes attending public schools should have an Individual Health-Care Plan (IHP), which includes an emergency health-care plan. See Appendix A. The school nurse should be involved in initial and ongoing discussions developing the IHP, since the nurse will serve as the case manager who establishes the school treatment, emergency plans, coordinates the nursing care and educates the school staff in monitoring and treatment of symptoms. S/he has the responsibility for consulting and coordinating with the student's parents and health-care provider to establish a safe, therapeutic environment"
http://www.state.nj.us/njded/edsupport/diabetes/

tools for schools:peds:"Federal and state laws and regulations guarantee the protection of education rights for students with healthcare needs in school. Healthcare services in school are those services prescribed by a student's physician, require medically related training and are necessary for the student to attend school. All students with diabetes qualify for healthcare services in school. In most states, the credentialed school nurse is the qualified school personnel responsible for implementing education code and regulations for safe management of healthcare services in school. Safe management includes development of an Individualized Healthcare Plan in collaboration with the parent/guardian to identify the student's healthcare needs and accommodation needs for school attendance."
http://www.peds.ws/tools_for_schools.asp

Diabetes in the classroom:A Healthy Me:"Some schools watch out for youngsters with diabetes, but others stand in their way. What happens when a school forbids a diabetic student to test for low blood sugar? According to the American Diabetes Association, many schools and daycare centers across the country ignore the needs of children with diabetes. Some schools don't allow children to snack in class -- no matter how low their blood sugar drops. Some don't let children prick their fingers in class to test their blood sugar. Some forbid blood tests anywhere on school property."
http://www.ahealthyme.com/topic/schooldiabetes;$sessionid$KLWUYCAAADLD0CTYAITDEMQ?_requestid=59572

Care of Children With Diabetes in the School and Day Care Setting:diabetesjournals:"To facilitate the appropriate care of the student with diabetes, school and day care personnel must have an understanding of diabetes and must be trained in its management and in the treatment of diabetes emergencies. Knowledgeable trained personnel are essential if the student is to avoid the immediate health risks of low blood glucose and to achieve the metabolic control required to decrease risks for later development of diabetes complications. Studies have shown that the majority of school personnel have an inadequate understanding of diabetes and that parents of children with diabetes lack confidence in their teachers' ability to manage diabetes effectively (12,18,19). Consequently, diabetes education must be targeted toward day care providers, teachers, and other school personnel who interact with the child, including school administrators, school coaches, school nurses, health aides, bus drivers, secretaries, etc"
http://care.diabetesjournals.org/cgi/content/full/25/suppl_1/s122

Diabetes and school (It's up to you):JDRF's Kids online:"Did you know that you spend roughly one-third of your waking hours in school? At least. And that's not counting before- and after-school activities. Handling diabetes during school time can be one of your biggest challenges. And how you handle it can make all the difference in whether your experience is good or not so good."
http://www.jdf.org/kids/go/school.html

Developing a diabetes management program in your school:Diabetes 123:"If your school has its own diabetes management program, this usually means that your school is responsive to the needs of students with diabetes. A diabetes management plan delineates the roles of school personnel and actually makes their jobs easier. Procedures that outline responsibilities alleviate anxiety personnel may have about helping students who have diabetes. A management program needs to contain: A plan for communicating with parents and the student's medical providers School policies and procedures for administering medications, and handling equipment such as meters and pumps Specific actions for school personnel to perform in the management program An action plan for each student who has diabetes"
http://www.diabetes123.com/d_0q_520.htm

children have rights in school:type1info.com:"We would like to make changes in local and national legislation regarding the needs and rights of our schoolchildren who have Diabetes. Many parents do not know where to turn for answers about the care and the rights of their diabetic child while attending school. The purpose of this web site is to inform and educate these parents. We want to share with you what we have done, and are doing now, to try to end the risk of your child not being allowed to care for themselves properly during the day. We hope we can help you find answers and end the worry you have while you are away from your child."
http://www.type1info.com/

Healthcare needs of students with diabetes in school:California Department of Education:"The California Department of Education, in response to the calls from parents, physicians, school nurses and education personnel regarding guidance and direction for accommodating the healthcare needs of students in school with diabetes, is pleased to introduce this proposed module, Management of Diabetes in School. This module is part of the curriculum developed for and funded by Pediatric Adolescent Diabetes Research and Education Foundation (PADRE). The author of the curriculum is Mary Zombek, a school nurse with the Orange County Department of Education, who developed this curriculum in collaboration with Children's Hospital of Orange County, Diabetes Center, using their American Diabetes Association recognized "Diabetes Self Management Education Program."
http://www.cde.ca.gov/spbranch/sed/healthup/diabtcre.htm

How is diabetes a school health problem:nlu.edu:"According to Newton, Adams, and Marcontel, diabetic school students should be under careful control. They should have a regular regime of insulin, diet, and exercise (p. 189). The problem is most physical education teachers may not be giving the students the proper exercise they need or the teacher may not know the child is a diabetic. The manager of the school cafeteria needs to be aware of the importance of regular meals and pre-lunch snacks for diabetic students who need them to prevent late-morning hypoglycemia. "The school nurse is the ideal person to correlate all these activities, especially with the cafeteria manager and the physical education teacher (Newton, Adams, Marcontel, p. 189).""
http://www.nlu.edu/education/hhp/417Su2000diabetes.html

Starting the School Year Off Right:Hoffman-La Roche Ltd:"As the summer comes to an end, many parents and children around the world are preparing for yet another school year. With the start of the new school season comes the varying emotions of eagerness and excitement. For children, it means a time of new books, new classrooms and seeing old classmates and friends. For parents, it means filling out forms, buying supplies and even packing school lunches. However, for parents of children with diabetes there are a few more details that require their close attention."
http://diabetes.roche.com/features/featureSep00.html



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