So I am happy to report that after some hmmmming and hahing, run around, etc. Colby's preschool is going to allow him to at least come back for half days for now. I am happy with that and of course will have to train staff on highs/lows, and sick days at least. I say for now because at first they tried to offer me "home-based" which was impossible for me the single working full time mom. Then they were checking into who could actually perform his lunch time check and possible injection...in that it might have to be me. Next to impossible with my work schedule. For now this will work, but they have a fight coming for him to be back to full-day preschool. Keep asking questions, and get the "We're checking into it", or "Waiting to hear back from Corporate" only works with me for so long. This is my son, who loves school and we are talking about somewhat simple care when compared to other children with disabilities...is it really that hard? I definitely get the liability issue, but all that takes is a legal document.
Anyways, happy for now. Anyone else have major issues with school that forced your legal hand...so to speak?