General News · 1st November 2019
Manda Aufochs Gillespie
Join for one or all!
This month features community paramedic Kim Robertson teaching how to recognize and respond to Choking: Adult, child, baby, alone
This is a year-long, monthly introductory course to handling emergencies and helping save lives (appropriate for ages 12 to 112 although mature younger children and youthful older adults all welcome!)
This workshop will cover choking, circulation emergencies, CPR and artificial resuscitation, breathing emergencies, wound care; head neck and spinal injuries; bone and joint injuries; other emergencies such as drowning and poisonings. This series is led by community paramedic Kim Robertson, EHS:EX and is offered in partnership with CCHA Teen Szene and Folk University. Come to one or all, drop-ins welcome.
Friday November 8
What to do when someone—adult, child or baby—is choking and what to do when you’re alone if choking.
Fridays at Linnaea SunLit Room. 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Future sessions on Fridays 12/13, 1/10, 2/21, 3/13, 4/17, 5/8, 6/12.
By donation. Free for Folk U 2019-2020 class-pass members.
Attend one or all.