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Adult, Child & Infant C.A.R.E. CPR™
(New Guidelines - Full CPR & Compression-Only!)
2½ Hours
$16.50 - $29 per student
2 Year Certification
Includes Student Handbook, Certification Card, Reminder Pen, & More
Pricing determined by class size, combination of safety topics, and demographics.

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C.A.R.E CPR™ Curriculum

Introduction to C.A.R.E. CPR™

An introduction to CPR – Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation; how it works and why it’s so important. Included will be a brief discussion on the physiology of the heart and lungs and understanding the difference between Clinical and Biological Death.

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Student practicing adult CPR with another student

Adult C.A.R.E. CPR™ Includes Introduction to AED (Ages 8 years and older)

Included in this section is a step by step approach on what to do for an Adult cardiac emergency, calling 911, and a comprehensive description and demonstration on how to perform CPR for the Adult age group. A brief introduction to the AED (Automated External Defibrillator), the importance of this life-saving device and how to operate one is also included in this section.

Compression-Only CPR™

Discussion on the difference between Compression-Only CPR™ and traditional CPR will be a part of this section, current research findings, as well as when Compression-Only CPR™ is most appropriate.

*** The Recovery Position, when and how to use it, and Rescue Breathing is also covered in this section. ***

Student practicing chest compressions with another student
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Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular Disease is our number one killer. The major risk factors for this disease will be covered, as well as activities that can help decrease the chances of having a heart attack. One of the most important lessons for this course is included in this section: The Signs and Symptoms of a Heart Attack and Stroke and how to assist in each situation.

Choking ~ Airway Obstructions

Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Choking, varying levels of choking and their respective treatment, and obtaining consent will be discussed.

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Student performing abdominal thrusts on another student

Adult Conscious Choking

Demonstration of the specific techniques used to assist a conscious Adult will be covered. Adult Abdominal Thrusts (Heimlich Maneuver) will be demonstrated and practiced. This segment will also include information on what to do if you are alone and choking.

Adult Unconscious Choking

Demonstration of the specific techniques used to assist an unconscious Adult will be covered as well as instruction on keeping the airway open and removing visible obstructions.

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Woman practicing approach on what to do for a child cardiac emergency.

Child C.A.R.E. CPR™ (Ages 1- 8 years old)

Included in this section is a step by step approach on what to do for a Child cardiac emergency, when to call 911 and when to give care first, and a comprehensive description and demonstration on how to perform CPR for the Child age group. Special considerations for Children will be covered in this section.

Child Conscious Choking

Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Choking for a Child, the varying levels of choking and their respective treatment, and obtaining consent for children will be discussed. Child Abdominal Thrusts (Heimlich Maneuver) will be demonstrated and practiced.

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Image demonstrating proper technique to approaching an unconsious child

Child Unconscious Choking

Demonstration of the specific techniques used to assist an unconscious Child choking will be covered, as well as when to give care first and when to call 911. Instruction on keeping the airway open and removing visible obstructions will be demonstrated as well.

Infant C.A.R.E. CPR™

Included in this section is a step by step approach on what to do for an Infant cardiac emergency, when to call 911 and when to give care first, and a comprehensive description and demonstration on how to perform CPR for the Infant age group. Special considerations for Infants will be covered in this section.

Image demonstrating proper technique to approaching an unconcious infant
Student displaying how to administer back blows and chest thrusts to a choking infant

Infant Conscious Choking

Recognizing when an Infant is choking, how to administer back blows and chest thrusts, and what steps to take if the obstruction is not removed will be discussed and demonstrated in this section.

Infant Unconscious Choking

Demonstration of the specific techniques used to assist an unconscious Infant who is choking will be covered, as well as when to give care first and when to call 911. Instruction on keeping the airway open and removing visible obstructions will be demonstrated as well. Special considerations for Infants will be covered as well.

Student demonstrating specific technique used to assist an unconscious infant who is chocking.
Graphic displaying achronym for C.A.R.E.: Compress Chest, Airway, Rescue Breathing, and External Defibrillation

A.B.C. versus C.A.R.E. ~ How and why CPR has Changed?

The research and studies behind the most significant change in CPR in over 40 years will be discussed as well as an emphasis on the biggest changes.

Good Samaritan Laws and Legal Considerations

This sections covers why the Good Samaritan Act was created and the legal responsibilities and guidelines to follow to protect you from legal action if assistance is given to a casualty.

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C.A.R.E. CPR™ Quiz

This 15 question quiz is used for learning purposes only, to allow the class participants and the instructor the opportunity to clarify any sections or topics that are unclear or need a little more explanation. It is not a graded test.

Question & Answer Session

An open forum of Questions and Answers will be available throughout the course, but the instructor will give the class another opportunity to ask questions before they begin the hands-on practice section of the course.

C.A.R.E. CPR™ Skill Practice

One of the most important goals of this course is to have each participant come away from this training with the confidence and competence to actually perform these skills in an emergency situation. Hands-on practice is one of the most important elements in retention and self-confidence.

Each class participant will be given the opportunity to practice the CPR and Airway Obstruction skills they learned about during the class. Each participant will be given their own barrier mask and gloves to protect them from infectious disease. Each person will need to practice the CPR skills demonstrated to receive a certification card. If for any reason they are unable to perform the steps, they may verbally go through the practice steps.

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Adult, Child & Infant C.A.R.E. CPR™

(New Guidelines - Full CPR & Compression-Only!)
2½ Hours

$16.50 - $29 per student
2 Year Certification

These items included in price for every Student!
Student Handbook, Certification Card, CPR Reminder Pen, & these Student Practice Materials:
Training kit for teaching CPR; Carrying Case / Sealed Plastic Bag, (2) Vinyl Gloves - Latex Free, (1) CPR Face Shield & More
Pricing determined by class size, combination of safety topics, and demographics

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