Welcome to Heart in the Game

To eliminate preventable sudden cardiac arrest in the young through affordable heart screenings and training in CPR/AED.

Our Impact

A Partnership between Heart In The Game and DejaVu Safety Solutions to make DE the "Heart Healthiest" state. 


Screenings completed

8,000 +

people trained in CPR and AED

1 in 300

youth have an undetected heart abnormality according to the national average. Heart in the Game in Delaware, averages 2 youth per 300. 


The Facts

Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the leading cause of death in sports and all school campuses. 7000-10,000 students die annually.

EKGs and Physical Exams

A simple, 5 min, NON-invasive ECG measures the electrical rhythm of the heart. Physical exams identifies 7% of abnormalities. Family History identifies 20%. ECG's identifies 92%.

Bystander CPR

Bystander CPR saves thousands of lives annually. It increases the likelihood of survival by 80%. You, too, can be a hero. Training and hands only CPR/AED is performed by DeJavu Safety Solutions.

Deja Vu Safety Solutions

COVID Recommendations for Youth

Recommendations range from taking a comprehensive cardiac risk assessment, which can include an electrocardiogram, to consulting with a cardiology specialist to evaluate potential heart disorders that can lead to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). While future events will be ECG screening and training in CPR/AED, check out a few of our Health Fairs since 2014.

Past health fairs

What Is SCA?

Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the condition in which the heart unexpectedly stops beating. 

SCA is NOT a heart attack. Victims may never experience warning signs.

Grace's Story

Read Grace's incredible story of survival. This is the inspiration to why we formed Heart In The Game.

Get Screened

Find locations in Delaware where you can get your child screened for SCA.

Thank you.

We wish to thank our wonderful friends and colleagues from Who We Play For in Florida for their guidance in building our site.

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Heart in the Game has been a proud member of Parent Heart Watch for the past 5 years: