Savannah Rogers, owner of Rural Rescue First Aid Training recently taught an infant CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) Course at Shelburne’s Mel Lloyd Centre. Many first time Moms are nervous about the transition when feeding babies and introducing solid foods. This course is a life saver and if you visit the Rural Rescue First Aid Training Facebook page, you can read first hand accounts of gratitude from parents who took this particular course.
Rogers has been full time Firefighter in the city of Mississauga for 5 years and a local Volunteer Firefighter for 7 years for the Rosemont District Fire Department, is a certified trainer through the Canadian Red Cross, training basic CPR courses to First Responder programs for Firefighters & Departments and has worked as a First Responder for over 10 years and has been a first aid trainer for 6 years.
“This course is for EVERYONE. Mothers, Fathers, Grandparents, siblings, friends, everyone! You will learn and practice how to respond to common infant & child emergency situations. A few topics covered; choking, febrile seizures, anaphylaxis, heat stroke and many more. This course comes with a WSIB certified 3-year certification. For more information, please contact Savannah Rogers at (705) 606-0234 or firstname.lastname@example.org, ” commented Rogers.