If you’re a new or expecting parent doing everything you can to make your home as safe as possible for your new addition, you have come to the right place! It’s sometimes difficult to know when your child needs to see a doctor, if their symptoms are normal, and how to prevent your child from getting hurt. Bringing home a new family member can be exciting and a little scary at times, but we are here to help prepare you for this transition!
In this course, we will start by going over the Primary Survey, a standard response to determine any life-threatening conditions a casualty may have in order of priority. You will learn to treat accidents like choking, bleeding, head injuries, fractures, burns, drowning, and more. You will also discover what to do if your child is diagnosed with croup, whooping cough, febrile convulsions, asthma, and other conditions.
By the end of this course, you’ll definitely feel more empowered as a new parent. After we’re done, you will know the signs and symptoms of several childhood accidents and conditions, when to call an ambulance, when to take your child to the doctor, and how to properly prevent these incidents from happening in the first place. If you’re ready to be a first aid expert, let’s dive in!”
- Lesson 20: Drowning
- Lesson 8: Choking
- Lesson 9: Bleeding
- Lesson 10: Head Injuries
- Lesson 11: Fractures and Dislocations
- Lesson 12: Fevers
- Lesson 13: Febrile Convulsions
- Lesson 14: Croup
- Lesson 15: Asthma
- Lesson 17: Poisoning
- Lesson 16: Burns
- Lesson 18: Bites and Stings
- Lesson 19: Allergies and Anaphylaxis