Infant Safety and CPR

with Common Sense CPR

Now, perhaps more than ever, parents and caregivers should be concerned about the safety and well being of their little ones. The dangers directly associated with Covid-19 and the indirect dangers associated with being restricted to home make safety and first aid paramount to everyone’s emergency plan. Give yourself an advantage when creating a safe environment for your family: prepare for emergencies in our CPR and Safety classes. 

 

IN STUDIO

Proof of vaccination is required for in person classes; vaccination cards will be checked by your teacher upon arrival at the studio. Please note Boober’s cancellation policy here.

We reserve the right to move any in-person workshops online if necessary.

SUN, DEC 18
11-1pm

(SOLD OUT)

$85

PER PERSON

$170

PER COUPLE

SUN, JAN 29
11-1pm

$85

PER PERSON

$170

PER COUPLE

SUN, MAR 12
11-1pm

$85

PER PERSON

$170

PER COUPLE

AVAILABLE
ON DEMAND

$65

For 5 days viewing from purchase date, watch anytime!

This class helps parents and caregivers care for and protect infants and children. You’ll learn:

  • Basic infant (0-12 months) and child (1 year through puberty) CPR.
  • Making homes safer in the age of COVID-19.
  • Proper handwashing and PPE use.
  • Techniques to help your infant or child in a choking emergency.
  • Basic first aid to keep your child out of the emergency room.
  • Key measures you can take to make traveling in a car safer for your infant and child.

*Please note: This workshop is NOT a CPR certification course.

THE INSTRUCTORS

Vanessa Anton

has worked with families as a doula, a childbirth educator, and as a parenting educator for more 15 years. After completing her medical training in the emergency care field, she embarked on making CPR more accessible to families and started Common Sense CPR 10 years ago. Vanessa is a certified Childbirth Educator, Certified Doula, Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner, E.M.T., American Heart Association B.L.S. Instructor, American Red Cross Instructor and Child Passenger Safety Technician.

 

Geoff Gohacki

has been a professional chef and teacher for over 15 years and first became interested in emergency response after preforming first aid on one of his students. Geoff has two young boys who like to live on the wild side. Because of this, Geoff has focused on child safety and responding to emergencies involving children. A student before a teacher, Geoff is constantly researching and learning the newest techniques in CPR, AED, First Aid and Child Passenger Safety. Geoff is an American Heart Association BLS Instructor and an American Red Cross certified instructor of CPR, AED, and First Aid. He is also a nationally certified Child Passenger Safety Technician.