My son was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes 1 week ago. I called my daycare and told them our situation and that I would stop by to speak with the Director/owner in person. When I spoke to her, I explained what his daily routine would be. I told her that, when summer begins, he would need an injection at lunch time along with routine blood gluc. checks. I explained that I can bring a few staff members with me to the Diabetes 101 class offered by Childrens Medical Center. It is a $1100 class, but my insurance would cover it 100% for each of them. She said she was too busy and couldn't afford to lose 2-3 staff members for an ENTIRE day. I've had both of my children in this daycare for 7-8 years. I seriously though she would be more understanding and willing to go above and beyond for us. Isn't that what people who care about do? Shouldn't a director/owner have an outstanding love and devotion to children? She also said the word disease about 5 times while he was sitting with me. The word doesn't bother me personally, but don't keep repeating it when referring to my child. He is 8 and understands most of what you are saying. If I thought she was going to be so closed-minded and unprofessional than I wouldn't have brought him with me.... Then ,I could have questioned her "real love for children". She is now saying that keeping him now for after school program will be a liability issue. So I have no childcare now!! I live in Forney, Texas and would like to speak to anyone who knows the facts about my rights in relation to Logan attending Daycare. I found all types of information, but need to know Can a large private daycare refuse to give one insulin injection a day? Here is some detailed info about them: They do not accept government assistance. They have another location in Frisco. ???PLEASE HELP!!!