Does anyone here have a teen who has tonic clonic seizures and therefore requires Diastat at school? If so, do you have a seizure protocol/plan of action on when and how to use it at school, and when and if to call an ambulance? If yes to this, how did you go about getting this plan set up? I have a teen whose SP & CP are becoming more TC as he goes through puberty, and I've requested that Diastat be on hand at school just in case. My son's neurologist wrote up a plan, but the school doctor is refusing to follow it...she wants 911 called for every unresponsive seizure (which could include any of his seizure types) and does not want the Diastat used. I am pushing for the 5 minute rule and the use of Diastat if necessary....she's fighting me all the way, eventhough his neurologist has written the plan! Can the school doc do this? Can she over ride my child's doctor's plan? We live in NY and he goes to a public school. Thank you in advance!