My 47-year-old daughter has had type 1 diabetes for 15 years. She has suffered with DKA, seizures and low blood sugars, which have hospitalized her over 35 times. It seems that her sugar levels are uncontrollable at this time. She does not want a pump. I think it is because she is slow and feels that she wouldn't be able to handle it. She sees her endocrinologist regularly but we aren't getting any answers to our situation. Her doctor constantly accuses her of not eating right or not correctly injecting her insulin. She is on a sliding scale for her insulin. Can you help me with any suggestions to ease her suffering, and mine? This is very hard on our family since we have made many trips to the hospital over the years.