Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Emma Marie Aronson Memorial Heart Screening
Lee’s Summit Community Heart Screening
**ALL APPOINTMENTS have been taken for June 27th. We still have appointments available for THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 16 at St Teresa’s Academy. Use the following link to schedule for this Saturday.
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Only $129 – ages 8 to 25
40,000 kids are born every year with a congenital heart defect (March of Dimes). A simple 30-minute heart screening by ATS can help determine the health of your child’s heart. In memory of their daughter, Emma Marie Aronson, the Aronson family is working with ATS HeartCheck and in cooperation with the LSR7 School District to provide parents the opportunity to ensure their child has no hidden heart abnormalities putting them at serious risk. Emma was a healthy, active 17-year-old when she unexpectedly passed away in June 2015 from an undiagnosed heart condition. (read more about Emma below)
There are a limited number of appointments – SCHEDULE YOUR CHILD TODAY!
The ATS HeartCheck is recommended for all kids ages 8 to 25 and takes approximately 30 minutes. This screening is being offered at a discounted rate of $129. Additional discounts are available for families that qualify. CLICK HERE to access the form to request a discount.
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The ATS HeartCheck uses the most effective analytic tools to understand a heart’s condition. We include blood pressure, electrocardiogram (EKG), and echocardiogram (heart ultrasound), all delivered by specially trained medical professionals certified in congenital and genetic heart conditions who make their living saving kids lives every day. You won’t find a better screening anywhere!
Here are a few reasons why you should give careful consideration to signing your child up for an appointment.
- According to the American Heart Association, at least one-half million youth in the U.S. have some form of cardiac problem – that’s 1 in 100 kids.
- These problems range from minor performance issues to sudden cardiac arrest.
- This testing goes beyond the standard physical to uncover dangerous-hidden heart conditions.
- ATS is the most respected youth heart screening programs in the country.
There are a limited number of appointments available so make your appointment before it’s too late.
To learn more about ATS and how we impact lives every day CLICK HERE
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Emma Marie Aronson passed away on June 5th, 2015. She was swimming in a pool with friends when her heart suddenly stopped. Emma was a healthy 17-year-old girl who was athletic, competitive, fun and full of Life. Her Faith was everything to her! She loved Jesus and boldly shared that with no regrets. She truly lived each day as if it were her last. She could light up a room with her beautiful smile and BIG personality! She loved people and made friends with everyone. She was amazing!
Emma went to Lee’s Summit HS where she played Varsity Basketball. She started playing sports at the age of 4. Over the years she played soccer, lacrosse, softball, track & field and basketball. She loved being part of a team, having a “SQUAD!”
Emma went into Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). There were no warning signs or symptoms to alert anyone or even Emma herself. Her heart was not able to start again and there was nothing anyone could do. SCA was not something we were aware of and we had no idea this could happen to our active, beautiful daughter. Our goal is to help bring awareness of SCA to students, parents, coaches and the community at large.