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Alden has more than 5 years experience in teaching parents first aid techniques. He is a certified First Aid & CPR instructor with the Canadian Red Cross and St. John Ambulance. Alden has taught a variety of students ranging from oil field workers to nursing students. He has recently been focused on teaching parents the basics of first aid with his local first aid training business, Gold Standard First Aid in Calgary, Alberta.
Alden Guzman

Baby & Child Online First Aid Course

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Recap:

We’re not going to summarize EVERYTHING we covered over the last 9 lessons. Hopefully you’ve remembered most of the first aid skills I’ve taught you. Of course re-take this course as many times as you’d like or come back to refresh in a few months. Aside from the skills, the most important thing for you to remember is your role as a first aider. Our role is to:

  1. Recognize the Emergency

  2. Call EMS if it’s needed

  3. Care (as much as you can remember from this course)

The key is staying clam in the event of an emergency and recognizing an emergency and calling for help. After that do your best with the skills you’ve been taught. Above all stay calm and everything else will come together. WE ARE NOT PARAMEDICS! So don’t expect yourself to know every little detail. Instead be confident that you can react in an emergency to buy enough time for the actual paramedics to arrive!

Resources:

We have 2 resources to direct you to.

  1. I have included a printable first aid reference sheet that you can print off to put in your first aid kit. This can serve as a quick checklist of what to do for a few of the emergencies we talked about in this course.

  2. If you don’t have a proper family first aid kit, be sure to get one. Most “First Aid Kits” you see in supermarkets are NOT complete.

 

Here’s a check list to make sure you have a REAL first aid kit:

  • Emergency Phone Number list (EMS, Poison Control, Health Services help line, and your personal doctor)

  • Home/Cell/Office Numbers of family, friends, or neighbors that could help in an emergency

  • Sterile gauze pads (dressings) in small and large squares to place over wounds

  • Adhesive tape

  • Roller and triangular bandages to hold dressings in place or to make an arm sling

  • adhesive bandages in assorted sizes

  • scissors

  • tweezers

  • safety pins

  • instant ice packs

  • disposable non-latex gloves, such as surgical or examination gloves

  • flashlight, with extra batteries in a separate bag

  • antiseptic wipes, soap, and hand sanitizer

  • pencil and pad

  • emergency blanket

  • eye patches

  • thermometer

  • barrier devices such as pocket mask or face shield for CPR

  • coins for pay phone

  • First Aid & CPR reference sheet

I know this is a LOT of stuff to consider, so I’ve included a link below for a great First Aid Kit you can get off of Amazon. If may not have everything listed here, but it’s a great start.

I hope you enjoyed the course and feel confident in yourself! If you think every parent should have this training, spread the word and like our facebook page!

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