Now that you've advertised for new members for the group, Angela, how about if we share about our background and whether T1 has affected our work at all.
I'm a speech-language pathologist, and I specialize in ages birth to five. I just spent the last 5 years teaching at a preschool. I co-taught a toddler or preschool class each year with an educator where about 15% of the students were deaf, and the others were typically hearing kids. That's my classroom experience, but I've also worked doing home visiting, and I'm starting a new job at a private practice on Sept 13th. Due to the age of my students, they're pretty clueless about noticing if I inject myself or anything... Usually they just say, "Mrs. K is taking her medicine" and ignore it.
My classroom work was SO much better this past year once I went back on the Dexcom. I could easily glance at it and see if I was okay without having to break out my meter. I once co-taught with an educator who's father was T1. When I did home visiting, I co-treated with an OT with T1 sometimes, and we used to joke about how awful the occasional sessions were when we both went low b/c there was no one cognitively with-it at that point. (: We started scheduling right after lunch instead of before!