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Why Learn Life Saving Skills?

The truth is a medical emergency can arise in a split second. When it comes to babies and young children, the likelihood for needing first aid rises based on youngsters’ undeveloped bodies, their natural curiosity and boundless energy. Adults who get training specifically aimed at babies and children – up to age 12 – are empowered with essential lifesaving skills that protect the welfare of our vulnerable youngsters.

Peace of Mind for Parents

Like any life skill, learning first aid techniques is only the first step. Knowing is important, but practice and refreshing skills on a regular basis is vital.

According to the American Heart Association, retention of CPR learning is a major issue. In fact, studies have shown that memory of CPR skills and knowledge tends to deteriorate as early as three months after training, even among highly trained professionals -- including doctors, nurses, and more.

Life saving skills need to be reviewed and practiced on a regular basis to ensure your ability to treat properly and act confidently should the need arise. Investing a small about of time and energy will reward you with peace of mind.

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Step-By-Step CPR Training For Infants & Children

Partners for Safety has developed a kit to help parents, grandparents, babysitters, friends - everyone - learn, review, and practice the essential first aid training. As a result, you feel confident about your ability to respond in a lifesaving situation.

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About Us

While the saying suggests that necessity is the mother of invention, it was two, first-time fathers who responded to the need for an easy way to remember the infant first aid training they learned before the birth of their children. Their shared concerns about medical emergencies led them to found Partners for Safety.

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SAVE A CHILD'S LIFE

Enrolling in a certified lifesaving course is one of the best investments you can make in protecting the priceless welfare of any child.

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