Learn more about how to implement Youth Heart Watch in your school and community here!
Since cardiac arrest events mostly happens at home, it is beneficial to know how to act fast and take the necessary steps to help save a loved one or even a stranger. The following website describes in further death how one person’s impact and proactiveness can save a life. https://www.laerdal.com/us/learn/the-chain-of-survival/
Today, we were able to train 32 college interns in hands-only CPR. Many of whom had already received prior training… but that doesn’t mean you can’t refresh your skills! Good job today everyone- we hope you feel empowered with this knowledge!
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June 1-7 is National CPR Awareness Week! With the help of our friends at AHA, we will be training so many people in hands-only CPR and AED use! Join us on June 1st at the Independence Visitor Center for your chance to learn a life saving skill!
Earlier this month, The Mobile CPR Project traveled out to North Philadelphia to teach this great group of individuals! Not only did we teach them how to perform effective hands-only CPR, but the entire class was translated to Spanish! Language should not be a barrier to education!
We’re ready to teach you hands-only CPR!! Schedule a free training today!! You can reach us directly at 215-746-4631 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Always a pleasure teaching these eager students!
PSF’S Science Carnival was a huge success! We reached over 700 people in total at the Philadelphia Science Festival this year! We’re so thankful for the opportunity to educate the public about sudden cardiac arrest and CPR!
AEDs are so simple a baby could use them! PSF’S Community Night was super successful! (Parental consent was received for use of photograph)