Monday, 9 January 2012

BabySafe : what to do if a baby or toddler is choking


Last year 15,000 under-five’s were admitted to A&E because of choking* Would you know what to do if you were involved in a situation with a choking baby or toddler? Well, watch the video below and you soon will !


Tesco Baby & Toddler Club are currently running its BabySafe campaign – an initiative to offer free, basic first aid training to parents, grandparents and carers via a series of short videos, Twitter chats.

Other videos in the BabySafe series include :

Prevention: How to reduce the risks of accidents in the home and how to deal with bumps to the head and falls

Burns: How best to treat a burn or scald

Meningitis: How to spot the signs and symptoms of meningitis

Webinar: What to do if your baby or toddler is unconscious (breathing/not breathing) and show you what to do if your child is choking

All these videos are available to view online here - https://www.tesco-baby.com/babysafe 

Following the launch of this video, an expert from the British Red Cross will be available to answer all questions during a Twitter chat on Wednesday 11th January between 11am - 12pm @TescoBabyClub

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2 comments:

  1. I am lucky enough to have done basic first aid through my work. Even when my son managed to fall down the stairs (this one should be in the Potty list) I could stay calm as the training of what to do and what to look for just kicked in. I would recommend it to everyone.

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  2. Thankyou very much for this very informative post! I've done first aid training through work as a carer but it is different when dealing with small children and babies. Its brilliant that you are raising awareness for parents that they can do something in this situation not just wait for the ambulance when it may be too late. Excellent post!

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