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Add A School to The "A+" List of Diabetes Friendly Schools

If you have a school that should be added to this list Contact Us.  Be sure to include the school's name, address, county, and phone number. Please include a brief statement as to how your school has provided accommoda- tions for your child. Identifying information will NOT be posted on this list or sent to the school.

Personal Letter of Thanks is Sent to
A+ Schools

Islets of Hope sends a personal thank you to each school on our A+ list letting them know that their quality of care standards are parent-appreciated and that their school appears by name on this list.

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Federal & State Laws Protecting Children & Adults with Diabetes in:

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Diabetes Discrimination & Legal Resources

Education News Headlines


Add A School to The "F" List of Schools that Discriminate

Schools That Fail:  See our list of schools that discriminate against children with diabetes, or, that provide substandard care.

Schools that Discriminate

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 Michael & Steven Olsen
How  I feel:  This book is amazing! It was written by the older brother of a 7-year-old who was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes and really captures the emotions of the child and the family as they learn to cope with the disease. The drawings are so charming and overall the story is very uplifting. The diabetes facts are all very accurate too. Every family learning how to deal with diabetes should read this book!  Posted by Amazon Reader.

 Bo & Spike Loy
487 Really Cool Tips for Kids with Diabetes:  
Kids living with diabetes face a world of challenges, and yet, there are few  things they can't do. This book is packed full of tips that kids have sent to Spike and Bo (brothers with type 1 diabetes) , authors of Getting a Grip on Diabetes for Kids and Teens. Tips cover everything from playing sports to accidents to hormones.


diabetes and education public schools and home school

Schools Parents Give an A+
for Exemplary Diabetic Student Care
As Reported by Other Parents of Children With Diabetes

  Important disclaimer:  The following are states listing(s) for schools, school districts, and day care institutions that have received positive rating from parents of children with diabetes.  Islets of Hope does not endorse or recommend any school, it simply relays information as reported to us by other who claim to have had a positive experience in their school.

If you are considering enrolling your child into a school on this list, we suggest that you contact the school yourself.  Each family's experience is unique and may not be a fair representation of any school.

Alabama * Alaska * Arizona * Arkansas * California * Colorado * Connecticut * Delaware * District of Columbia * Florida * Georgia * Hawaii * Idaho * Illinois * Indiana * Iowa * Kansas * Kentucky * Louisiana * Maine * Maryland * Massachusettes * Michigan * Minnesota * Mississippi * Missouri * Montana * Nebraska * Nevada * New Hampshire * New Jersey * New Mexico * New York * North Carolina * North Dakota * Ohio * Oklahoma * Oregon * Pennsylvania * Rhode Island * South Carolina * South Dakota * Tennessee * Texas * Utah * Vermont * Virginia * Washington (State) * Washington, DC * West Virginia * Wisconsin * Wyoming  

a child in your care has diabetes   Elisa B. Hendel
A Child in Your Care Has Diabetes:
:  A 60+ page book filled with crucial information about diabetes; designed for teachers, caretakers, baby sitters or any individual seeking simplified information about this complex condition.

The pages inside this book, help to educate, organize and assist individuals in the care of an individual with diabetes. Information is presented in a straightforward manner. Each book should last forever. The charts and lists are left blank to accommodate changes in treatment or other important information. It can be used by an entire school district, camp or organized group in the management of one child or several children with diabetes. This book is unique. There are presently no other books, concerning Children with Diabetes, quite like it.



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