Foundations in Personal Finance
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A Parent's Guide to First Aid and How to Teach First Aid to Children
Emergencies happen, but it isn't always the child who needs emergency care. If a parent is injured, it may be the child who must administer care and contact the authorities or emergency medical services. For this reason, children should be taught basic first aid so that they know how to react in an emergency situation. These skills can also help them if they are in a situation where an adult is not readily available but immediate action is required in order to help a friend or other family member. The ACLS Online Training Center provides some free first aid resources to help families learn these essential skills. Click here to learn more
First Aid Resource Guide: Everyone from teens to teachers to parents can learn how to treat a first aid crisis and identify when further medical attention is needed. This free online guide is a handy tool to help you teach first-aid basics. Click here to learn more.
Nurse Guide to CPR: Learning how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can save lives. Whether you’re a medical professional, a first responder, or a member of the general public who happens to come across someone in need of this common emergency procedure, correctly administering CPR can keep a victim alive until further treatment can be administered. The guide on this page has some helpful tips for learning CPR. Click here to learn more.
Check back often to see our updated list of life skills learning packets. Each packet guides children through learning life skills using the five points of learning. Keep the forms in the student portfolio for each child. It may take a few years before every learning experience is checked.