Skaggs Offers Infant Safety and CPR Class

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Parents of young children are invited to a FREE infant safety and CPR Class at Skaggs Regional Medical Center. Because CPR is a skill that must be practiced, it’s wise to repeat a course at least every 2 years to maintain your skills. Repeating the course also allows you to learn about any new advances or discoveries in CPR techniques.

According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 850 children died in 2001 from unintentional airway obstruction injuries. Of these children, 87% were ages four and under. Learn how to protect your children, Monday, March 2, in the Redbud Conference Room at Skaggs Regional Medical Center.
If the class is full, call the Family Birthing Place; arrangements to hold an additional class can be made, (417) 335-8995.

Infant Safety and CPR
Monday, March 2, 2009
3:30-4:30 pm
Skaggs Regional Medical Center, Redbud Room

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