I got a call from the JDRF office yesterday that is located about an hour away from us. There is an elementary school not too far from our home that is going to do their own little JDRF Walk in a couple of weeks. BUT...before they do that, they want a volunteer to come in and do an informational presentation about Type 1 and Type 2 to each PE class. The guy that was suppose to do it is leaving that day for Florida and gave them my name as someone that might be willing to do it. Talk about throwing me under the bus! So...not sure WHY, but I have pretty much agreed to doing it, but now am getting scared to death! What do you think are some easy-to-understand things that you think young children should know about Type 1, or something that you would like kids to know? I was going to take a week's worth of syringes so they could get a visual about that. I was going to have my daughter check her blood for them and show them the pump and how it works. I was going to bring up people that have it that they might know (Jay Cutler...Jonas Brothers). Any other suggestions? Anyone want to do it for me?!?!?