PRLog - Jan. 3, 2013 - NORTHBROOK, Ill. -- CHICAGO AREA NANNIES & OTHER CHILD CARE PROS HAVE NEW SOURCE FOR CPR INSTRUCTION
First Class Care Makes Safety a Priority
CHICAGO, IL, January 3, 2013—Northbrook, IL-based First Class Care (www.firstclasscare.com (http://www.firstclasscare.com)
“Adding the CPR class to our continuing education program is just one more way to help our nannies and their families stay as safe as possible,” said Erin Krex, president of First Class Care, which is a member of the Association of Premier Nanny Agencies (www.theapna.org (http://www.theapna.org/))
The next class, opened to the public, scheduled for January 12, 2013 will be taught by Steve Krex who is an Emergency Response Instructor and certified to teach CPR and First Aid. “I enjoy teaching CPR, because it gives me an opportunity to really make a difference in someone’s readiness in case of an emergency,” he said. “We never like to anticipate something like needing to perform CPR, but it’s always good—especially where children are involved—to be prepared.”
Course Details (http://www.eventbrite.com/
Introduction of the chain of survival, CPR for the Adult, Child, and Infants. Choking for the Adult, Child, and Infant. Use of the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED). We will also discuss special considerations, legal issues, blood borne pathogens, heart attack, stroke and choking. A workbook will be provided during the three-hour class, and, upon completion, the students will have access to a digital workbook on the EMS Safety site for two years. Also, students will receive an EMS Safety CPR / AED card, which is good for two years.
As an APNA member organization, First Class Care must abide by the organization’
About First Class Care: First Class Care, Inc. is a Northbrook, IL-based Domestic Care Agency serving Chicago and the suburbs. The company is a fully licensed and bonded Domestic Employment Agency and Illinois Home Services Placement Agency. First Class Care offers its clients a variety of services including nannies, newborn care, housekeepers, house managers and elder care companions. The agency was named “Agency of the Year” by the Association of Premiere Nanny Agencies.