Helicopter versus Free Range Parenting This is the fifth episode of my podcast for parents…
Parents in the Know Podcast Episode 3 – First Aid For Families
First Aid For Families
This is the third episode of my podcast for parents and families who want to be in the know about major parenting concerns and issues. First Aid for Families is the topic under discussion today.
This episode was inspired by a superb blog post from Josefa at www.alwaysjosefa.com – if you haven’t discovered her blog yet, get over there and check it out!You can listen to the podcast here:
See the show notes and great resource links below. Please leave a comment here if you’d like a topic discussed on the podcast, or if you have something to say about the content on this podcast. I can’t wait to hear from you!
A word from Emily M Morgan:
April 4th, 2017
Hi everyone! This amazing resource was brought to my attention recently. This is a great place to start for more information on first aid and how to prepare for emergency situations – and it’s as up to date as you can get! Take a look, and take care of your gorgeous family as best you can, every day! ACLS First Aid for Emergency Situations.
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The story of one mother whose first aid knowledge saved her son’s life, from an excellent blog post at Always Josefa (www.alwaysjosefa.com).
First aid can be studied anytime, anywhere and should be an essential part of preparation for parenthood. Families, including children, can study first aid together and it is important to regularly update your skills because procedures and recommendations change as new evidence is discovered.
All Parents Worry
The antidote to worry is being prepared. Would you know what to do if your child choked, fell into a pool, was bitten by a snake, broke their arm or was cut by something sharp?
Where do you get your knowledge from?
Don’t rely on TV, word of mouth or any other resource for up to date, accurate first aid information. The only people you should trust are qualified, experienced professionals. So go to the source and get training from a reputable organisation. Look for a surf lifesaving club, St John Ambulance or the Red Cross.
In the next episode of Parents in the Know we will look at the troubled subject of shared care amongst separated families. To Share Care or Not to Share, next time on Parents in the Know.
Finally I’d like to update you on my work in progress: My book, Outstanding Long Distance Parenting is due out this year and features a discussion on first aid training – one of a great many things you can do as a family even when you’re not all together.Please subscribe to our newsletter right here to receive free great resources to help you in your parenting journey. So sign up today! Thanks for listening.
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