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RE: [IPp] Camps for Diabetics



Meghan has already told us she is waiting to go to camp to change her
first site!  They give out certificates recognizing kids achievements
and last year she got one for doing her first injection so she said she
is going to hold out to get one again this year!  Hey, whatever works
right???

Donna
Mom to Meghan, 7 (dx 9/28/02, Animas 10/08/03) 
Nicholas, 10 (science fanatic and GameCube addict)
Married to Don for over 11 great years
Living in Melbourne, FL
www.dbarck.com


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From: email @ redacted
[mailto:email @ redacted] On Behalf Of Cheri
McCurdy
Sent: Friday, January 30, 2004 10:37 AM
To: email @ redacted
Subject: [IPp] Camps for Diabetics

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Camp was the solution for Amelia learning to change her own sites!  She
wouldn't change them or allow me to change them but the thought of camp
was very appealing to her.  There are doctors and nurses on staff, and
the counselors are diabetic also, Amelia's was a pumper.  Not only did
Amelia learn to change her own site at the age of 8, but she put it in
her arm for the first time ever!  Camp was a very positive experience
for
us.  Camps run from Sunday to Saturday and Amelia has gone 5 years, the
first year being family camp that we all got to attend.   Kids are much
braver for other people!  And Amelia always comes home ready to care for
herself, positive and happy!

Cheri McCurdy, Mom to Amelia, 10, D-1-00 and P 12-00

Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2004 01:02:18 -0800
From: "Barbara Young" <email @ redacted>
Subject: [IPp] Re: Camps for Diabetics

Speaking of camps, I've a question for you all.  If your younger child
goes
to camp, who changes their sites when they are there?  Do they allow a
"stranger" to do this?
My Claire is the type of child who would just love camp.  She is active
and
outgoing and loves being a team member and making new friends.  But she
would absolutely not allow anyone but me to change her sites.  Which
means
she won't be at camp till she can do them herself, and that may take
awhile.
(she can only use her backside).
I wish I had! a solution for this.  I thought about coming mid-week to
do
a
site change, but you also need to be prepared for an emergency like a
site
getting pulled out.

Barbara, Mum of Claire 9

[IMAGE]Cheri 

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