For the past 4 years or more I have been asked to speak at Kings Meadows High School's Child Studies class about Noah. I used to get really nervous about it, but I've done it so many times now that I just update the power point presentation with newer photos and give the same talk again. Teenagers don't seem so scary to me anymore :)
It's always grade 9 and 10s and this year only one of them had heard me talk before. The teacher tells me they love it, and is really grateful that I can come in, as hearing about disabilities from a parent is the best way to teach them.
Last week I went and talked to this years class and picked up Noah from school so he could come as well. Noah actually had a seizure while I was talking which probably freaked them out a bit, but I was able to explain that it was 'normal' for him and that he has between 5-10 every day.
Kobe came along with us as well, and it worked well as Aaron didn't have to teach at that time, so he came and sat and listened too.