CPR for Babies & Families (American Red Cross)
Parents, grandparents, friends and neighbors are usually the first responders in an emergency involving infants and children. This class covers how to respond to injuries and illness in an infant or child family members during a medical emergency until advanced medical personnel take over.
This interactive course includes lessons on how to respond to choking, breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries to muscles, bones and joints, sudden illness, soft tissue injuries and environmental emergencies.
With an understanding of the basic steps of CPR and First Aid, family members will feel more confident in their ability to assist in an emergency.
This class is ideal for parents, babysitters and grandparents of babies and children. This is not a certification class, but rather a time to learn the skills of CPR and AED's, have fun, and get questions answered.
This class is taught by Kevin O'Connell, EMT. He is an EMT, an instructor for The American Red Cross, a father and a grandfather.
Join us in learning how you could save someone, especially if it's someone you know and love!
Cost $100 per family, pre-registration required
Early Bird: $80 per family. (space permitting)
or call (845) 255-0624