Beating the Odds

Winter Isue 2014, Shepherd Center Spinal Column, Page 18 Andee Poulos returns to school and inspires after a near-miraculous recovery from a brain injury. Read more here.Read Full Story

Back in the game after a non-traumatic brain injury

Freshman Andee Poulos, 17, of Sandy Springs,walks Friday at her school, Riverwood International Charter School in Sandy Springs. In 2011, she had a severe headache that turned out to be a non-traumatic brain injury. The brain injury left her bedridden and barely able to communicate. Read the full story...Read Full Story

Andee’s Army raises funds through tournament

In its quest to raise funds for children with non-traumatic brain injuries, Andee’s Army held its first invitational fastpitch softball tournament June 21 through 23. The inaugural event turned out to be a big success, with 15 teams and 225 softball players from across the metro Atlanta area participating at the NYO softball fields atRead Full Story

Dugout Doings: They Ran (and Walked) for Andee

NYO Lyn Poulos stroked her daughter's long brown hair as the runners and walkers crossed the finish line, most of them too fatigued to notice the little girl curled up in the wheelchair to their right. John Poulos seemed to high-five and thank each of the 840 finishers as his little girl silently held court.Read Full Story

Fun Run to Raise Money for Brain Injury Victims

By Savannah Weeks For Sandy Springs Neighbor It’s as if she went to sleep when she was 14 and woke up at 16,” said Lyn Poulos, mother of Andee Poulos, who was rushed into emergency surgery after complaining of a headache at swim practice in 2011 Read Full Article »Read Full Story

Video: Andee’s Army 5K Fun Run

On March 31, 2012 Andee's Army launched its FIRST ANNUAL 5K FUN RUN/WALK at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School. Major roads were blocked for this special event and nearly 1000 runners, countless volunteers and participants all rallied together to help support 15 year old Andee Poulos, (stricken with a non traumatic brain injury identified as anRead Full Story

Andee’s Army jams Mt. Vernon for fundraiser

By Rebecca Chase Williams For The Crier Nearly a thousand people lined up on Mt. Vernon Highway in Sandy Springs on Saturday for a 5-K fun-run, to show their support and raise money for a 15-year old girl named Andee. It looked like an army, and it was— “Andee’s Army” in honor of Andee Poulos,Read Full Story

Andee’s Army aids girl with brain injury

By Gloria Love For Sandy Springs Neighbor As an eighth-grader at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School in Sandy Springs, Andee Poulos was busy with homework, softball practice, making friends and volunteering at church. Her family had no way of knowing something was going wrong in Andee’s brain, but she was born with an arteriovenous malformation —Read Full Story

Andee’s Army 5K Fun Run/Walk

By Ramsay McWhirter for Sandy Springs Patch This inaugural 5K run/walk benefits Andee's Army, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds to provide goods and services to children and their families who are receiving medical treatment and care for non-traumatic brain injuries. Bring the whole family out to join the fun and support this cause.Read Full Story