When you’re a diabetic, you have a lot of questions about what you’re going to tell your classmates. Teachers, too, may think we’re being sneaky when we snack in class to correct low blood sugar levels. Sometimes we think that they won’t understand what’s happening to us, but the best thing to do is to try to explain to them.
Here are a few tips to help you answer questions.
First of all, when you are diabetic, you have to know that, like all students, you have rights at school. . Above all, we have the right to be safe, supported and included.