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Questions for Brothers and Sisters of Kids with Diabetes

Answers to this survey are completely anonymous. They will be used during several sessions at the Friends for Life: Orlando 2003 summer conference. Answer as many or as few questions as you like. The more you answer, the more we'll have to help in our discussion sessions in Orlando.

This survey is now closed. Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete the survey.

1. How old are you?
2. Do you feel like your brother or sister who has diabetes gets things from your mom or dad that you don't get?

3. Do your parents pay more attention to your brother or sister who has diabetes than they do to you?

4. Have you changed since your brother or sister got diabetes?

5. If yes, how have you changed?
6. Has your mom or dad changed since your brother or sister got diabetes?

7. If yes, how have they changed?
8. Do you think it is easy to live with diabetes every day?

9. If you could say something to your mom and dad, knowing that no one would tell them that you said it, what would you say to them?
10. If you could say something to your brother or sister with diabetes, what would it be?

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