Seeing my son suffer a seizure was the worst experience of my life. An unexpected medical emergency. Luckily, I knew what to do.
But foremost, I am a mother and I panicked because I didn’t want to believe what was happening before my eyes. I didn’t expect it.
Luckily, my training took over and I helped him during and after the seizure by doing the right thing.
I didn’t wring my hands. I didn’t run around helplessly shouting and screaming. I helped my son.
I was only able to help him because I knew first aid.
Can you say the same?
I believe learning a skill that you hope you never need, but may be life saving if you do, is very essential.
Learn First Aid. Your loved ones might depend on it one day,