AUD $25.00
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Attend A Public Session(AUS): Sunshine Coast, QLD, 31st May 2019, 10am
Open 24/7

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Parentmedic Baby + Child First Aid Session
Public Event - BY Parentmedic Educator - Renee Opelt
Contact details:
· Location: Mountain Creek, Sunshine Coast, QLD (Full address will be confirmed via email)
· Date/Time: Friday 31st May 2019, 10am

Parentmedic Baby & Child First Aid sessions are provided in your home or location by me, Renee Opelt, your local Parentmedic Ambassador.
You will learn information in children's health, first aid and safety in a warm and 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 Ambassadors 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
- Head injuries
- Allergies + Anaphylaxis
- Fevers + Temperature Management - AND MORE!

Date & Time : 31/05/2019 10:00:00 AM
Mountain Creek Sunshine Coast, QLD Australia 4556
About the service provider

My name is Renee Opelt, I am your dedicated Parentmedic Ambassador and Baby and Child First Aid & CPR Educator on the Sunshine Coast, QLD❤👶 I am a mother of three beautiful children with a background in Nursing (RN), Early childhood education (Dip), Private nannying services and Baby & Child Sleep Consulting (Cert). I have experienced first hand in both my professions and with my own children what its like to worry about all the possible emergencies, illnesses and injuries that come along with parenting and caring little ones. I have a passion to educate and support parents, guardians, caregivers of babies and young children with important information that will empower them to become the most confident caregivers they can be.

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