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Diabetes at School

School can be difficult for any child, but adding diabetes to the picture can make it even harder. Managing diabetes with a child at school can be seen as a challenge, but it is possible.

It requires collaboration between the school, the child, the parents/guardians and the treating doctor/health care team.

Success begins with education – in terms of both knowledge and skills.

For tips on managing diabetes in school, read the Diabetes Research Institute's brochure "Diabetes at School."

Cover of the Diabetes Research Institute's brochure, "Diabetes at School," which helps teach how to care for children with diabetes while they're in school.

Read the brochure "Diabetes At School"

 

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