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Harry Helper - Shake N Shout (recovery position) - Public Session - Lollipops Play Centre Pakenham
Open 24/7
Description

Would your child know what to do if they came across someone unconscious?
Harry Helper is an adorable pooch who is kind, empathetic, playful, fun-loving and confident and is the relatable conduit to teach children between the age 3 to 8 years old to adopt the emotional, mental and physical skills required to help others when in need. During our 45 minute session the children will be given the skills to help themselves and others when needed.
In our Shake N Shout session your children will learn the following:
* Who Harry Helper is and what it means to help themselves and others.
* How to recognise if someone is unconscious.
* How to place a person into the recovery position.
*Why it is important to help a friend or family member.
The session is age appropriate for young children and during the session we engage in songs, dance and activities on first aid.
At the end of the session your child will receive a Certificate and you as parents will receive parent resources to continue the learning at home.
Price of ticket includes entry and play at the Lollipops Play centre before and after the session
** Please bring your ticket as proof of purchase on the day**

Date & Time : 09/01/2020 11:00:00 AM
Location:
Lollipops Pakenham 1/3 Southeast Blvd Pakenham, Victoria Australia 3810
About the service provider

Hi I am Laurie (Lysterfield, Vic, Aus) for the past 6 years I have been teaching in an Early Learning Centres, children of all ages and finally wanted a change, but wasn't sure what to do. Then this amazing opportunity came along through HealthAid Matters to join the Harry Helper movement. I jumped at the chance to be able to continue teaching children from 3 - 8 years old about First Aid, Safety, Health and Wellbeing. All sessions are age appropriate and include dance, songs and activities on first aid, safety, health and wellbeing.



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