Who primarily administers insulin to your child at daycare?
School clinic aide
Trained non-nurse daycare employee
My child self-administers
My child doesnâ€™t get insulin at day care
Total votes: 19
Who primarily administers insulin to your child at daycare?Poll dates: May 10 - 17, 2017
Total Votes: 19
Children with type 1 diabetes who attend day care require the same care for their diabetes there as they do at home -- but they need help. Someone needs to help with glucose monitoring and insulin injections. In this poll, we asked our readers who have kids in day care to let us know who is primarily responsible for administering insulin. Interestingly, just about one third indicate that their child self-administers.
Last Updated: Wednesday May 17, 2017 16:22:08
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