This course teaches how to manage illness and injuries during the first minutes until professional help arrives. The course is designed for those who have family members or neighbors that may be “at risk”; are frequently in environments such as daycare, nursery, or eldercare; or those who simply want to learn techniques and information for their own benefit.
Topics include preventing injuries, recognizing and treating basic first aid emergencies, and relief of choking. Course covers child and adult content; however, it will emphasize one or the other based on participant needs.
Course Length: Approximately 2 hours
Course Fee: $25, includes course manual and materials
**This course is scheduled upon request for groups of three or more learners. Please contact the LAC at 517-353-4997 in order to schedule a Family and Friends course. Please do not register for the course without contacting the LAC first.**