Baby & Child First Aid Course
Sunday 12th January - 10:30-13:00,
Sunday 8th March - 10:30-13:00
Katherine Whitby is a Paediatric Nurse, Health Visitor and Mummy of Two. She founded Baby Steps in 2006 after recognizing the need for a relaxed, friendly service addressing common parental concerns. She believes over 20 years caring for families as well as understanding the joys and challenges of parenthood firsthand, ensures Baby Steps provides the most beneficial and practical Baby and Child First Aid and Weaning courses.
She is passionate about the Baby Steps ethos of learning in a relaxed way. Babies are always welcome. The courses are perfect for parents, grandparents and babysitters. As well as invaluable information to manage emergencies big and small or ensure the happiest Weaning journey for you and your baby, the courses are packed with tips galore and will give you huge peace of mind. Courses are tailored to the age and stage of your children so you get the most out of them.
About the Workshop
As your babies and children grow every age and stage brings new excitement, but also new questions about your child's safety. Following the latest guidelines, topics covered will include Resuscitation and Choking with plenty of time to practice an easy to remember technique on manikins, allergic reactions, burns and scalds, bleeding, bruising, cuts and grazes, head injuries, managing fever and febrile convulsions. Incorporating accident prevention and home safety, tips for managing first aid and illnesses at home and demos of first aid and medicinal kits, will ensure the course is just what you need. Handouts are given to take home.
This course is perfect for parents, grandparents or babysitters, who will gain huge peace of mind. Babies are very welcome and parents are encouraged to feed, change and comfort them as they wish. The course is 2 and half hours long including a short break.
For more information or to book please fill in the form below or contact Katherine on 07796 942771 or email Katherine@baby-steps.co.uk.