Rochelle suttie – CPR and First Aid instructor with courses for Moms, Dads, Grandparents, helpers, Au Pairs, etc. I travel to clients home and I can arrange a venue if needed.
Did you know that more than 80 percent of cardiac arrests occur while the patient is at home? This means that you are more likely to use your CPR skills to help someone close to you than assisting a stranger. We cannot control everything that happens to our loved ones, but we can do everything possible to be ready to help in case an emergency occurs.
Many people think of CPR as a skill to have when dealing with elderly or very sick family members. Although this is important, there is no age limit when it comes to who CPR can help. In fact, it’s a great idea for new parents and caregivers of little ones to understand the principles of infant and child CPR.
You’ll Feel Confident in An Emergency and can save lives
Emergencies always seem to occur at the most unexpected times, and they have a way of making you feel helpless and confused. When you complete CPR training, you will have the skills and knowledge necessary to perform CPR in an emergency situation and also have the confidence you need to make good decisions.
You don’t have to feel helpless when it comes to your response in an emergency situation. Instead, enjoy the confidence and satisfaction that comes from knowing that your CPR skills can be used any day to help save a life.