Knowing CPR Saved My Son
A lifesaving event retold by Kristy Stoner.
Advocate Highlight - Craig Miller
My adventure with cardiac disease is not one that everyone reading this will experience. It's 2017 and looking back I truly feel like a survivor. I have had seven stents, one robotic bypass and suffered a Transient ischemic attack (TIA).
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Advocate Spotlight - TJ Haynes
For TJ Haynes it was a matter of time. TJ recently threw out the first pitch at a Mustangs game in Dehler Park to promote the AHA’s Raise the Roof in Red campaign just after suffering a heart attack.
Update on Christian Lybbert
Aimee Lybbert, Mother of CHD (Congenital Heart Defect) Survivor, Christian, updates us on his life now and what she sees every day as a “Heart Mom”.
Advocate Highlight - Sara Hoffman
Sara was like any other bride who spent months planning her wedding, but she never could have guess what would happen on the flight to Mexico.
Eric Price - advocate highlight
Eric Price’s instinct for CPR response kicked in when Skyler Nelson collapsed of cardiac arrest at West Jordan Middle School on Oct. 14.
Advocate Highlight - Brianne Cassidy
At age 24, Brianne Cassidy’s personality made a 180-degree change.
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Advocate Spotlight - Tim Gable
Meet Tim Gable, a young survivor who had a stroke at age 25 and spent his 26th birthday in the hospital. Tim’s a new AHA/ASA volunteer who has become a key advocate for our upcoming Saving Strokes Event in Provo. Here’s Tim’s story…
Heart Saver Spotlight: Skylar Berry
Every year there are almost 424,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the United States, and of this figure an estimated 10,200 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen to children. Sadly, only 10% of victims who suffer a cardiac arrest outside of a hospital setting survive, largely in part because many victims do not receive timely CPR or AED application.