I find it scary that many schools (like mine) are rolling the dice in having a nurse who's there only one day a week.
Diabetes is not that rare. Nut allergies aren't that rare. Even less rare is asthma, injuries, lice and illness.
I also feel that special education has hidden benefits- when I was a para, the child actually did not need me breathing down her neck, just guide her. Often, to help her learn independence, I would go help another student. The teacher realized it was nice having me help, and other kids did benefit. I helped other kids, so........maybe my purpose wasn't entirely unfair?
Furthermore, a lot of people quietly struggle with how many resources are spent on a child with special needs. All I can say is, heave a sigh of relief that your kid doesn't need those resources. Your kid can go on to lead a good productive life if he/she has the inclination. The future can be much dimmer for people with disabilities.