Wendy’s story: How a teacher’s quick action saved her student
When she saw a girl lying face down in the schoolyard, she knew it was no joke.
Emily spots her grandmother’s stroke
When Wendy Grohs couldn’t deal a deck of cards, her granddaughter immediately took action.
When Ken had a stroke
Ken Paton lives far from a big-city hospital. When he had a stroke, the Telestroke system was ready to help.
Heather Lannon lost her husband, Jamie, to heart failure. Now she helps other caregivers.
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Heart & Stroke HeartSmart Kids
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Kids and families can learn at home about healthy hearts and brains, with printable activities for Grades K-6.
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