Resources for Parents and Schools

Access logs, management plans, calculation sheets and more. 

Diabetes Management Plan at School

These detailed plans are completed by the parents/guardian and school personnel specifically for the student. Information outlines trained school personnel, contact information, blood glucose testing, insulin administration, student self-management abilities, food, physical activity and supplies.

Returning to School With Diabetes - Parents' Guide

Returning to school can be stressful, regardless of whether your child has been living with diabetes for years or was just diagnosed yesterday. Here are suggestions to prepare.

Hypoglycemia (Low Blood Glucose) Plan

A step-by-step plan to recognize and treat an individual with low blood glucose.

This guide provides instructions to administer glucagon to an individual experiencing mild or moderate low blood glucose.

This resource outlines four key steps to treat low blood sugar.

Hyperglycemia (High Blood Glucose) Emergency Plan

A step-by-step plan to recognize and treat an individual with high blood glucose.

Calculation Sheet for Rapid-Acting Insulin Bolus

This form helps to calculate the insulin dose given to an individual prior to eating.

Diabetes ID Sheets

This quick medical reference is ideal for individuals who are not intensively trained in diabetes management.

Diabetes SOS Forms: Sick Day Self-Management

How to Manage Sick Days is designed to help caregivers when managing a patient’s diabetes while sick. Use the Sick Day Self-Management and Ketone Treatment guide that follows your patient’s therapy type.

Diabetes Blood Glucose/Insulin Record

Log sheet for caregivers to record blood sugars and insulin doses. Form can be faxed to our office for help with insulin dose adjustments.

Insulin Pump Glucose Log 

This log sheet allows caregivers to record blood sugars and insulin doses, which can be faxed to our office for assistance with pump settings and insulin dose adjustments.

Insulin Dose Changes

As time goes on, you will be able to find patterns in blood glucose changes. It is important that you know how to make the right changes to your child’s or your own basal and bolus insulin doses for these patterns. This will help keep blood glucose levels in the right place (target range).