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Attend a Public Session (AU): Banksia, NSW. Friday 5 April
Open 24/7
Description

Parentmedic Baby + Child First Aid Public Event - BY Ange Gow
Welcome to The Parentmedic Movement.
Our mission to take the scary out of parenting.
The Parentmedic Movement invites you to attend Baby & Child First Aid session where you will learn the red flags of common childhood illness, first aid and safety in a friendly environment. The session aims to help you feel more confident and prepared in handling common childhood health issues and knowing what to do in an emergency.
All Parentmedic Educators have completed specialised education with The Parentmedic Movement to ensure they are up to date with current recommendations and first aid regulations.
You will learn:
• Baby & Child CPR
• Safe Eating & 1st Aid for Choking
• Allergies & Anaphylaxis
• Fevers & Temperature Management
• Rashes
• Head injuries
• Poisons & Burns
AND MORE!



Date & Time : 05/04/2019 10:30:00 AM
Add-ons
  • $15 Lunch special available for all attendees after the session + AUD $0.00
Location:
The Banksia Hotel Banksia, NSW Australia 2216
About the service provider

A mum of two boys who is passionate about prevention, and sharing information & knowledge. The Parentmedic Movement was founded by Nataly Tormey, from Melbourne, Australia. It is a global movement that empowers health professionals passionate about empowering families and parents with education to provide their knowledge with the support of a community dedicated to education. All Parentmedic Movement Educators have completed specialised education in Baby & Child First Aid, and participate in regular assessments of knowledge and delivery standards. This is the only program available globally that ensures that educators meet certain standards. All Parentmedic Educators hold current public liability insurance and relevant checks to ensure that they provide safe environments for you and your child. We invite new members to The Parentmedic Movement.



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