Our support group for parents of children that have suffered a stroke normally meets monthly on the second Tuesday of the month from 6 – 7:30 pm in the University Physicians Inc. building on the Anschutz Medical Campus. The group also meets for other family activities.
These meetings are open to families of children of all ages and all types of stroke. Your child does not need to be seen at our stroke clinic to join the meetings. Our social workers and pediatric stroke staff are on hand to provide support. Typically, we hold an informal presentation and allow the parents to socialize. Dinner and childcare are provided at each meeting.
We will have no meetings in June or July.
During the summer months of June and July, we will not be holding our regular Pediatric Stroke Parent Support Group Meetings. Please see our Facebook page for upcoming events and future meetings later on this year.
If you have questions, or to find out more about upcoming meetings, please contact:
Whitney Tedeschi at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 303-724-6163.
Please check back here, on our Colorado Pediatric Stroke Facebook Page, on The HTC Facebook Page or Twitter for regular updates on upcoming meetings.
Webinar on Stroke in Children and Young Adults
Dr. Timothy Bernard and Dr. Sharon Poisson took part in a webinar focused on stroke in children and young adults this past June. This webinar is now available for viewing online. To view, go to: https://youtu.be/8uZFJgOAlc4
Strike Out Stroke-2016
Strike Out Stroke this year was a really fun event hosted by the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. In baseball parks all over the country, Strike Out Stroke brings awareness to all about stroke at any age. This year the event was held on June 26th and the Rockies provided information on stroke, allowed stroke survivors (including one of our pediatric stroke patients) to throw out the first pitch and highlighted members of the community who have experienced stroke. Many of our stroke patients and our stroke team were able to attend this fun event. Find more pictures of this event at our Facebook Page here
World Pediatric Stroke Day
World Pediatric Stroke Day was on October 29th, 2015. Help bring awareness by sharing this link with your friends and acquaintances via email, Facebook, Twitter etc.: http://united4pediatricstroke.org/
On this site you will find graphics and information that you can download, share and link to. Please feel free to distribute as you are able and help inform everyone around you that stroke can happen at any age. We will be posting too, so feel free to share our posts if you like as well!
Though the official 'day' has passed, you can still share the site and participate by clicking the "Be Visible" tab on the top of the page. Here you can add your own pediatric stroke story. Thanks for your support!
Summer Picnic 2015
We have posted a few pictures from our Pediatric Stroke Support Group Summer Picnic last year at our Facebook page. It was a warm day and a lot of fun.
Thank you to everyone who helped make this a fun and successful event for our families.
Click here to access more pictures.
Please visit our Resource page for additional information, links, and opportunities for those families who have experienced pediatric stroke.
Pictures from Strike out Stroke 2015
We have a few pictures we put up from the Strike out Stroke event at Coors Field in May 2015. Click on either photo to link to our album at our Facebook page.
Strike Out Stroke has also posted some really great pictures of this event that you can find here.
Strike Out Stroke
Many families in our group participate in the Strike Out Stroke event sponsored by the Colorado Rockies to bring awareness to the public about stroke for both young and old. Some of our families are featured in these videos about the event the past two years. Check back here and we'll post a link for the 2014 video when it comes available!
We need your help! Please consider donating to help provide funds to keep the Pediatric Stroke Support Group as an active resource for our pediatric stroke patients and families. Thank you for your generous donations and continued involvement with our group!