If you've been following this blog or @type1diabetic_life on Instagram, you're aware that we've been strictly self-isolating since March 12, 2020 for our daughter's safety. However, LA Schools Superintendent, Austin Beutner, didn't announce the closure of schools into effect until Monday, March 16th. Due to the unknown effects of Covid-19 with adolescent Type 1 diabetics, … Continue reading Distance Learning 2020
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As a mother to a very young Type 1 diabetic child, it's very difficult to be away from her for more than an hour or two. The thought of leaving her in the care of anyone else is stressful on its own. I hope that the teachers and school administrators who may be reading this, … Continue reading Teachers Guide to T1d
School is just around the corner for most of us and I'm definitely feeling the pressure and anxiety building with each passing week. Coral was mostly homeschooled and did some parent-and-me classes for "preschool." I never wanted to go through the trouble of preparing her for a school and educating the whole faculty of how … Continue reading A Parents Guide to School and T1d