Jordan Cole Smelski
Jordan died from Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis on July 2, 2014 at the age of 11. Jordan was a fun loving child with a passion for soccer, horseback riding, zip lining, art and video games. While on vacation, Jordan contracted the amoeba Naegleria fowleri, while swimming in hot springs.
2019 PAM Summit Video
|CNN “Tiny Monsters” on HLN||National||July 14-28|
|PAM Summit||Orlando||Sept. 13|
|3 Amoebas Meeting||Lake Nona||Sept. 14|
|4th Annual Beach Walk||St. Petersburg||October|
|ACEP Scientific Assembly 2019||Denver||Oct. 26|
|18th International Meeting on Free-living Amoeba||Costa Rica||Nov. 20-22|
|Jordan’s Sporting Goods Store||Orlando||Dec. 7 & 8|
|2020 Annual Golf Tournament||Orlando||May 16, 2020|
|Florida Suncoast Pediatric Conference
(Spoke to over 200 doctors at the conference)
|Sarasota||June 21-22, 2019|
2018 At a Glance
The December 2018 store was a big success!
464 children received sporting goods – including 108 bikes, 49 scooters and 21 skateboards.
Ten months after Jordan died in 2015, The Scheme, a band out of London, completed a song called Jordan’s Smile on…
On The Story’s Lynn Smith interviews Shelly and Steve Smelski for the HLN documentary “Something’s Killing Me – Tiny Monsters,”…
MichaeLA’s own Michaela Pereira, interviews Sebastian Deleon, Shelly and Steve about the documentary Something’s Killing Me and Sebastian’s recovery from…
Emmy® Award nominee BD Wong hosts the series that spotlights medical conundrums through the lens of documentary filmmaking. Season 2, Episode 1,…