La Quinta, California (PressExposure) August 13, 2009 -- Carter Sinclair Organization today commended the recent talk of the "Diabetes Management in School's Safeness to Students with Diabetes," that will help guarantee students are responsive to the medical and educational needs.
Carter Sinclair Org together with the teachers, will allow school staff to be trained in diabetes care appropriate for the student. Students with diabetes are able to handle their own daily care, while some may need adult assistance.
"Diabetes management requires awareness. Know what makes your blood sugar level rise and fall -- and how to control these day-to-day factors. When it comes to diabetes management, blood sugar control is often the central theme. After all, keeping your blood sugar level within your target range can help you live a long and healthy life with diabetes. Healthy eating is a cornerstone of any diabetes management plan. But it's not just what you eat that affects your blood sugar level. How much you eat and when you eat matters, too. Physical activity is another important part of your diabetes management plan. When you exercise, your muscles use sugar (glucose) for energy. Regular physical activity also improves your body's response to insulin. These factors work together to lower your blood sugar level. The more strenuous your workout, the longer the effect lasts".
"This project will help our children finally feel medically safe at school and parents will have peace of mind knowing their kids truly are being cared for. Additionally, school workforce will have the training, tools, and resources they need to welcome our children with diabetes into their classrooms." From the spokesperson of the Carter Sinclair Organization.