This morning we switched from daylight savings time to standard time. I don’t know about your house, but in mine the little kids were up over an hour earlier than they needed to be. So in that extra hour we
Last February I moved my courses to a permanent home in Greenland, NH. It was exciting and overwhelming all rolled into one. And it’s been a blast! I love having my own space to hold classes, scheduling has been so
This is something I rant about in classes sometimes. Okay, maybe more frequently in the summer months. In tonight’s news I saw this story and I’m not sure if I’m really really angry or really really sad. Maybe I’m a
I had a great question at a program I did for my local Mended Hearts chapter the other night. Can a rescuer with a pacemaker or ICD (Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator) safely operate an AED? And the answer is …. Yes!
I read a great article this morning in one of the CPR First Aid Instructor forums I belong to; Unmasking the Certification Mill Problem published in Occupational Health and Safety. This is a topic I’m pretty passionate about. Online-only CPR
This past week I walked past this AED: I was excited to see the AED as soon as I walked into the building. And then I saw the labeling on it. “Trained Responders Only” Every state has different AED laws.
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This is a repost from my CPRMom Blog. It’s a good post so I thought I’d repurpose it. I’ve been following an interesting discussion on an instructors forum I am on. It is one of those conversations that started out
I try to never cancel classes. I reschedule. I would reschedule a class if we have bad weather or I’m ill. This post is to let you know how & when I decide to reschedule a class due to weather.
This is a comment I hear at least once a month: “What will it take to get you to come here and provide a course for us?” This is often the response I get when I tell someone they are