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Developing a Diabetes Management Program in Your School

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:

The student action plans need to describe medical information for each student with diabetes and a detailed treatment plan. The diabetes action plan needs to:

The action plan needs to be signed by a parent and a physician and kept on file at the school. Because each student's diabetes is different, the action plan must be individualed to the student's needs. School personnel need to remember to refer to the student's diabetes management action plan frequently to help the student maintain good blood sugar control.

Included in this guide is the following reproducible resource information for use by school personnel in their management efforts:

This information can best be utilized in conjunction with the school's diabetes management program by providing a copy of each resource (in packet form) to the appropriate school personnel.

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Last Updated: Thursday February 27, 2014 19:28:21
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