Hi, I am a dad to my 8yr old daughter who was diagnosed 3 weeks ago. Feeling kinda overwhelmed, bit of a learning curve! Last week we had multiple hypos because her insulin was too high - eventually resulted in her collapsing and fitting followed by unconsciousness (and 3 more days in hospital). The insulin levels were absolutely fine for the week before - if anything we were still running high. I understand this is the 'honeymoon period' and her pancreas can still be producing after food - as such we have now halved her dose and are running high (dosing advised by our diabetes team). I have been so paranoid since the low last week that we were blood testing every 3 hours.. fortunately we moved to libre yesterday so saves her poor little fingers from the stress of 10-15 pricks a day. I am really surprised that there are no more 'high tech' offerings in this space? Like remote monitoring at night time using the sensors (hypo alerts for instance). We have started carb counting today too... I have read that pumps are not used in early diagnosis as you need to be able to correct and carb count/etc. I know there are a lot resources out there, but does anyone have any views on pumps for children, hypo/night remote monitoring and alerting? Or am I being too paranoid because of one event?