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Educating others At dinnertime, 7 year old Foster Anderson left arm is still sore from his morning insulin injection, so he offers up his right arm to his father for his second daily injection before eating. The young Bowie resident will still have to receive one more shot before bedtime, but it a routine he used to after being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes last year. The hospital hosts four weekly clinic sessions in Prince George County in Laurel and Upper Marlboro to see patients like Foster. Eighty eight percent of children seen in those clinics have Type 1 diabetes, a condition wherein the body does not produce insulin, which is needed to convert sugar into energy. In Prince George County Public Schools there are 192 students with glucometers to measure blood sugar levels and school nurses have provided care times so far this school year, said Karen Bates, a director with Health Services. The diagnosis has brought plenty of change into Foster life, from his diet to his routine. don really get to eat food with sugar in it, Foster said. don really like chocolate that much, so it not a big deal. addition to his thrice daily injections, he visits the nurse at Yorktown Elementary School in Bowie to check his blood sugar levels before lunch and going home as well. But his parents say his mature attitude has helped both them through the changes. been pretty much pretty resilient and strong through it all, said his father, Tracy Anderson. been an inspiration for me, that for sure. turned out to be an inspiration for many as he was chosen as the Youth Ambassador for the American Diabetes Association Out for Diabetes Walk held Oct. He led participants of the two mile walk in exercises and stretches beforehand. really felt like the family had taken a really proactive approach to handing his diagnosis, said Allison Conley, an organizer of the walk, of the decision to chose Foster as the ambassador. of hiding it or denying the fact he has diabetes they made sure to tell friends and family members so if he needs something he can get it He been a real advocate for himself and he has really taken responsibility for his own care. and family members who attended raised $1,500 for diabetes research. has to check himself and that involves a lot of independent responsibility, said Shonda Anderson, who came across information about the walk while trying to find a diabetes sensitive summer camp for Foster. Ruth Woodring, Yorktown nurse, said Foster is usually aware that his blood sugar is low or high before checking his levels in her office. When his blood sugar registers high, Foster said he usually drinks water and tries to get some exercise. play the [Nintendo] Wii when I high, said Foster of how he burns off energy at home when his older brother isn around to play basketball with him. When he low, Woodring said she gives him orange juice. While the trips to the nurse make Foster stand out at the school, where he is the only child with diabetes, his parents said he has done well explaining the disease to others.