FREE CPR/AED and 1st AID COURSES
Offered alternating years - FREE to all youth and young adults
|FREE CPR/AED and 1st AID COURSES OFFERED|
Alternating years Fields of Grace offers either CPR/AED training or 1st Aid training. The certifications are good for 2 years, so if you are certified the first year for CPR/AED and the next year for 1st aid, the following year your certification for CPR/AED is up for renewal. This plan has worked for over 250 participants over the past years, over 65 were certified/re-certified last year alone.
These courses help you be better prepared and to become better able to help those in need in your community as well.
Sign up today! Call today to reserve your space.
|Next Year's Free|
1st Aid COURSE 2019
Be CERTIFIED or RE-CERTIFIED!
Coming up on Tuesday, June 25, 2019
(2019 Course: 1st Aid;
2020 Course: CPR/AED)
All youth and young adults are encouraged to attend. If your certification is in need of being renewed or you would just like to be certified, join us!
Held at the spacious Parish Hall of
Evangelical Lutheran Church
890 State Rt. 443, Gallupville, NY
just 4 miles off Rt. 30 in Schoharie.
*There will also be a free spaghetti supper
at 5:00pm for all participants!
Reserve your slot now as space is filling up quickly: (518) 301-5621.
|NARCAN Training Workshop: Sat., |
Sept. 15,10 am, at Evangelical Lutheran
Church's Parish Hall. David DeSando, Director
of Pharmacy for Bassett Regional Hospital, will
be leading the workshop. He has been teaching
at all the county and area schools, educating the
teachers and staff about opiod addiction and the
opiod epidemic facing our county and country.
Participants will be trained on how to administer
Narcan and also will receive one packet of
Narcan per family to be used in case a person
comes upon someone who has overdosed.
If you would like more information or have a need
concerning opiod addiction or abuse, please
contact Bassett Regional Hospital and ask for
help for Drug addiction addiction or drug abuse:
(518) 254-3456 or Bassett Cobleskill Healthcare
Center (518) 234-2555. Dial 911 if you have an emergency!
|A Helpful Powerpoint on the Opiod Epidemic, Opiod Addiction, and How to Help |
(Prepared by David DeSando)