A Unique Show and Tell for School

HiA19_Nickhelps_txtA sample page of Helping in Action, an adventure based on Nick helping a baby lion in Africa, where he grew up.

Classroom visit by Nick Roussos

Classroom visit by Nick Roussos

Attention teachers and students!  Did you know that October is Disability Awareness month?  We invite you to schedule Nick come to your class and read his 40 page adventure, Helping in Action (using his communication device).  We would love to “help” Nick visit your classroom this fall.  He has something for all grade levels including:

  • Story Time, with Nick reading his children’s adventure story, Helping in Action.
  • Disability Awareness presentation we call Walk in My Shoes, including riding and pushing a wheelchair in an obstacle course, and trying a communication device to talk.
  • A motivational talk about not giving up called, Why Try.
  • Using respectful language in a presentation called Spread the Word to End the Word.
  • Partner with PTO organizations for a fundraiser, with a portion of the sales going to your school.

You may contact Nick via email at nick@totalspeed.com or call 970-342-8338, to schedule a visit.

See you soon,
Nick and his assistants Sue and Audrey

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Posted on October 24, 2014, in Helping in Action - Book, Schools and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Jeannie Perkins

    “There is only one thing to do when someone is in trouble: Help!” Nick, you are so full of love and compassion it makes the world a sweeter place! Thank you for sharing yourself with us. Love you.

  2. Jeannie- you are just as sweet! Love you too!

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