I am so fortunate to live and work on the NH Seacoast. I am close to the ocean, mountains, lakes, ponds, and all the hiking and outdoor adventures that I can image… and probably some that I can’t. It’s still
2020 Heartsaver Training Materials
The new 2020 Heartsaver Training and Student materials will be released later this month, February 25, 2021 to be exact. This release includes both Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED and Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED. This also includes Heartsaver
Health & Safety Update 9/1/2020
It’s been a busy, but fun summer resuming classes! I’ve re-arranged the classroom multiple times, moved things out, added things, and am continually looking at how to continue Safely Teaching Safety. This is my new tag line. Safely Teaching Safety.
Health & Safety Update 5/4/2020
Today I am resuming my regular class schedule. However, there will be several restrictions and guidelines in place to keep everyone safe and healthy. What I have done to keep the classroom safe for all to participate: Max class size
Just how long do you have that eBook for?
I was asked by a course participant how long she had access to her BLS eBook. She thought it was just 2 years. So I called the AHA to ask. When you purchase an AHA eBook, or choose to receive
I’ve written before about heat emergencies on my CPRMom Blog, but with the hazy, hot, and humid weather we’re having on the Seacoast this week it seemed a good idea to revisit the topic. When it’s hot and/or humid we
Over the past few months I have been switching over to the new eCards from the American Heart Association. They’re digital, can be emailed directly to the class participant, and everyone receives their certification card a lot more quickly. There
Supply costs and courses
The other day the American Heart Association (AHA) made some dramatic changes to the costs of the materials that I use in my courses, and the changes went into effect immediately. This might change how much I charge for courses
Can you learn CPR at work?
Earlier this month I wrote about an AHA study from last June, Are you prepared for an SCA at work? The study found that over 50% of employees did not know where their workplace AED was located. Only 35% of
I’ve got an adhesive bandage for that
I’ve been working at a summer camp for three weeks this month. It’s super fun and I’m outdoors all day long. No phone, no email, no texting, no computer … nothing. It’s a great ways to mentally recharge. We have