Parentmedic Baby + Child First Aid Public Event - BY Parentmedic Ambassador Janet Purcell 0403 950 677· Location- Redland City Lions Club- 122 Shore St N, Cleveland, Qld 4163· Date/Time: Sunday 15th September 1400-1600 -Light afternoon tea provided -Ample parking and room for strollers inside-Babies and small kids very welcomeWelcome to The Parentmedic Movement.Parentmedic Baby & Child First Aid sessions are provided in your home or location by aParentmedic Ambassador.You will learn information in children's health, first aid and safety in a warm and friendlyenvironment. The session aims to help you feel more confident and prepared in handlingcommon childhood health issues and knowing what to do in an emergency.All Parentmedic Ambassadors have completed specialised education with The ParentmedicMovement to ensure they are up to date with current recommendations and first aidregulations.You will learn:- Baby + Child CPR- Safe Eating + 1st Aid for Choking- Head injuries- Allergies + Anaphylaxis- Fevers + Temperature Management- AND MORE!
Hello! I'm Janet an RN of 17 years and mother of two a hilarious 5 year old and super chilled 6 month old. I love educating and empowering parents to be more confident first aiders. 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 Ambassadors (aka educators) have completed specialised education in Baby & Child First Aid, and participate in regular assesments of knowledge and delivery standards.This is the only program available globally that ensures that educators meet certain standards.All Parentmedic Ambassadors hold current public liability insurance and relevant checks to ensure that they provide safe environments for you and your child.My Parentmedic Certification number is xxxxxWe invite new members to The Parentmedic Movement