Are you sure a pump will be any better for her? I was on one for a year and a half and have now switched back off it. The tube constantly got caught on stuff, it's always attached to you so you can't so much as sit on the toilet without figuring out what to do with it (unlike a CGM that you can set on the bedside table), and most importantly, your A1c numbers may not improve at all - mine didn't. You may also get infections at the infusion sites, painful sites, etc.
Personally, my A1c's dropped into the low 6s on average when I went on CGM, but saw no further improvement on the pump, and I got scarring and infections that never happened before, plus had to switch insulin types because while it had worked fine for years on single-dose syringe delivery, my body did not want to get Humalog in the same place for two or three days.
Anyway, I wish you luck with it and it may be great for you, but be warned - not everyone finds the pump to be a panacea.