Kaysee has been devoted to raising awareness around pediatric stroke through her charity, Pediatric Stroke Warriors. She and her organization have worked tirelessly to help parents and families understand what they can come to expect after their child has been diagnosed with a pediatric stroke, as well as bringing awareness around pediatric stroke.
Kaysee and Trapper Hyatt co-founded Pediatric Stroke Warriors in 2015, to bring visibility to the awareness of stroke in children and to build greater support for impacted children and their families. In 2012, their daughter Addison was born having survived a perinatal stroke. Through their advocacy for their own daughter and journey as a family they came to know the importance for growth in education and support among the Pediatric Stroke Community.
Kaysee and her organization has been there for parents during their darkest hours. While most are aware of strokes occurring in adults, pediatric stroke is relatively unknown. Pediatric Stroke Warriors provide parents with all the information that they need to know in order to be best prepared for the next steps in the journey to provide their child the best care. Pediatric Stroke Warriors also provide financial assistance to families in need, warrior bags and brave boxes to newly diagnosed kids and families.
After my son was diagnosed as a survivor of pediatric stroke, Kaysee's organization provided us with a warrior bag and information that helped calm our fears, and help us get him on the track to recovery. I admire the dedication of raising awareness around this cause, and the countless families that she and her organization have touched.
This donation would be huge for Pediatric Stroke Warriors, and the families affected by pediatric stroke. Through emergency financial support and warrior bags, Pediatric Stroke Warriors will use this money to touch families in their darkest times, and provide them with the information they need to get on the road to healing.
Kaysee is shining a light on an issue that is all to often unheard of until it is too late. Reliving your darkest day to help guide other families into the light is the definition of devotion and strength.