AUD $60.00
Available Dates

AUD $60.00 / 1 service(s)

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Organise a Private Session (AUS): HQ Mothers Group 29 June 2019; 3pm
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Parentmedic Baby + Child First Aid Private Session - BY Emily Ortega, Parentmedic Licensed Educator (0430 206 879)

Minimum number of attendees for a private session is 4, but please feel free to contact me to discuss pricing if you cannot meet the minimum requirement.

Parentmedic Baby + Child First Aid sessions are provided in the comfort of your own home by a licensed educator. You will learn information about children's health, first aid, and safety in a friendly and non-judgemental environment. The session aims to leave you feeling more confident and prepared to handle common childhood health issues and how to manage an emergency.

All Parentmedic Educators have completed specialised training with The Parentmedic Movement to ensure they are up to date with current recommendations and first aid regulations.

You will learn how to manage:
- Baby + Child CPR
- Safe eating and first aid for choking
- Head injuries
- Allergies and anaphylaxis
-Fevers and temperature management
- And more!

Date & Time : 29/06/2019 03:00:00 PM
15-19 Cochranes Road (Clik Collective) Moorabbin, Victoria Australia 3189
About the service provider

I'm a licensed Parentmedic Educator, registered nurse, and a mum. Looking after my little ones has by far been the most amazing, and at times the most scary, experience of my entire life. Even with a background in professional healthcare, I still found myself worrying about the "what if's" after my kids were born. That's why I chose to become a Parentmedic Educator. I want to share my knowledge and skills with other mums, dads, and carers and leave them feeling empowered and confident to keep their little ones safe and sound. I look forward to meeting you as we all go along on this crazy journey called parenthood! To stay in touch and receive regular updates on important first aid topics, please feel free to join my facebook group at

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