World Pediatric
Stroke Association

4716 Langwood Court

Saint Louis, MO 63129

worldpsa@gmail.com

 

(314) 541-0603 

 

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Testimonials

Testimonials

“When the world turns dark after the diagnosis of pediatric stroke, the World Pediatric Stroke Association (formally Brendon’s Smile) provides a ray of light by providing children and families support, education and hope. They have been tireless warriors to educate current and future medical professionals so that the diagnosis of pediatric stroke can be identified and treatment started at the earliest possible time. They are true champions for those who are affected by pediatric stroke!”
Suzie Kisslinger, MPT
Physical Therapist
PS Kids, LLC

 

“When the world turns dark after the diagnosis of pediatric stroke, the World Pediatric Stroke Association (formally Brendon’s Smile) provides a ray of light by providing children and families support, education and hope. They have been tireless warriors to educate current and future medical professionals so that the diagnosis of pediatric stroke can be identified and treatment started at the earliest possible time. They are true champions for those who are affected by pediatric stroke!”
Suzie Kisslinger, MPT
Physical Therapist
PS Kids, LLC

 

“Thank you, Jessica Spear and World Pediatric Stroke Association (formally Brendon’s Smile), for raising awareness about pediatric stroke. Your inspiring mission of education, advocacy, and support is critically important for children in St. Louis, throughout the US, and everywhere your voice and words reach.”
Bradley L. Schlaggar, MD PhD

Head, Division of Pediatric & Developmental Neurology

Washington University School of Medicine

Neurologist-in-Chief, St. Louis Children's Hospital

"The World Pediatric Stroke Association is an organization that I consistently refer parents to following their child’s diagnosis of a stroke.  It is a place to find answers and support from other parents going through similar experiences."

Laura Lehman, MD

Instructor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School

Neurologist, Boston Children's Hopsital