On April 22nd governor Nikki Haley signed a bill requiring all high school students be trained in CPR. House Bill 3265 was sponsored by over 20 representatives and and was approved unanimously.
A happy ending to yet another sudden cardiac arrest case involving a High School student. This scary incident happened in Bloomfield, New Jersey on March 11, 2016.
Lisa Garr interviews Lifesavers Inc. President Bob Stickel at the Cardiac Care Update Conference in San Diego. Watch this video to get a great inside of Lifesavers Inc. and our work. They discuss alarming facts about Cardiac Arrest, how you can help and the latest laws about CPR Certification.
Claire Crawford is a 17 year old volleyball player at Loganville Christian Academy in Georgia whose heart stopped in the middle of a game. In the incredible and shocking video we see her collapse to the floor in full cardiac arrest.
Janet’s Law requires all New Jersey public schools to have automated external defibrillators for youth athletic events and to establish an Emergency Action Plan relating to sudden cardiac events. Is Your School Ready? LifeSavers is prepared to help your school get ready.
All inclusive training for any NJ State school is only $675 for a class up to 15 students every additional student will be $45. Importantly there is no travel surcharge.
There seems to be a trend emerging around America and it is a good one. More and more states are requiring high school students to learn CPR before they graduate. The latest state to consider the positive benefits of having high school kids learn CPR is Michigan. Check out the news coverage of the discussion.
This article is validation that every school and every high school especially needs people who know CPR and have an AED to save an athlete, a son, a child or a parent. Below is the CPR rescue story from “My Central Jersey”, a local New Jersey newspaper which tells the powerful story of when a […]
Teens in high school around over half of America are now required to learn CPR as a part of their graduating curriculum. This means more than 1,500,000 newly minted CPR educated graduating high school students will be in our communities next year. You can check out the states which require CPR for graduation here Each […]