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Join Us for Ohio First Aid Classes and CPR/AED Training

Ohio first aid classesIf your senior loved one experienced a fall, began choking while eating, or suffered a heart attack would you know how to help them while waiting for emergency personnel to arrive? CPR, AED, and First Aid training can give the skills and knowledge you need to be prepared for medical emergencies like these.  

At Cherished Companions, we want to do everything we can to help family members give their loved ones the best possible care. That’s why we’re offering CPR, AED and First Aid classes to people in our community for a fraction of the cost you would pay elsewhere. For half the normal cost of this training you can take the classes we offer to our caregivers so that you’ll be in the best possible position to help your senior family member in the event of an emergency.

Ohio CPR and First Aid Classes: What To Expect

Our training classes prepare you for medical situations like broken bones, wounds, heart attacks, and choking. You will receive training in each of the following areas:

CPR—CPR stands for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, and teaches you life-saving techniques to assist someone with a cardiac or breathing emergency.

AED—This class teaches you how to use an Automated External Defibrillator to resuscitate someone in addition to CPR. The course will cover essential techniques and emergency circumstances.

First Aid—This training addresses common medical circumstances that may arise and teaches you how to use the right tools and techniques to respond in a crisis. You will learn how to assess an injury, use a bandage or splint, and move a person safely if needed.

You can take advantage of these training classes with Cherished Companions at a 50% discount as compared with the cost of taking the classes elsewhere.

Why You Need CPR, AED, and First Aid Training

Ohio first aid classes 2The Red Cross reports that it can take medical personnel 8-12 minutes to reach your loved one in the event of an emergency. Those minutes are crucial, especially if your family member has suffered a heart attack or can’t breathe. If you have been trained in CPR, AED, and first aid, you will have the skills you need to intervene and possibly save your loved one’s life.

If you are ready to learn more about how to register for classes with us, please give us a call.

 

To find out how home care services can help you give your senior loved one the best possible quality of life, download our free Guide to Home Care.  

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