Showing posts with label cpr. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cpr. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

CPR & First Aid Certification for Adults - Nov 29



CPR & First Aid Certification for Adults

A Partnership with Franklin YMCA

Friday

November 29, 2019

2:00-5:00 PM - CPR & First Aid
$70 per person

2:00-4:00 PM - CPR only
$50 per person
A great opportunity to learn the steps involved in mastering a lifesaving skill. Signup for either CPR & First Aid or CPR only certification.
Workshop held at:

Franklin High School
218 Oak Street
Franklin, MA
Lifelong Community Learning, 218 Oak St., Franklin, MA 02038

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Saturday, March 16, 2019

Narcan and CPR training - March 28

Narcan and CPR training
Thursday March 28 at the Franklin Senior Center
6:30-7:30 PM

Cost: free

Open to all ages
Those trained can take home Narcan

Follow the event on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/events/634211777022850/?ti=ia

Narcan and CPR training - March 28
Narcan and CPR training - March 28

Sunday, October 15, 2017

NARCAN and NARCAN training - Oct 18

"Free Narcan and Narcan training will be available to the public this coming Wednesday, October 18 from 6-8 PM at the Franklin Fire Dept, 40 W Central St Franklin. 

Narcan will be available on a first come first served basis. Hands on CPR training will also be available."

You can register for the CPR training here https://signup.com/mobileweb/2.0/vspot.html?activitykey=4169816426641080114#choose_jobs_page






SAFE Coalition
SAFE Coalition


Thursday, October 12, 2017

Friends and Family CPR Course - Oct 18

The Franklin Fire Department, Professional Firefighters of Franklin IAFF l2637, and the SAFE Coalition will be hosting a Friends and Family CPR course at Franklin Fire Headquarters (West Central St) on October 18th, 2017. 

The Family and Friends CPR Course teaches the lifesaving skills of adult Hands-Only CPR, adult CPR with breaths, and AED use. Skills are taught in a dynamic group environment using the AHA’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique, which provides students with the most hands-on CPR practice time possible. Family and Friends CPR is for people who want to learn CPR but do not need a CPR course completion card to meet a job requirement. 

This course is ideal for community groups, new parents, grandparents, babysitters, and others interested in learning how to save a life. 

Three sessions will be offered and there will be a maximum of 15 participants per session. Please sign up for one session only!

https://signup.com/here




Friends and Family CPR Course - Oct 18
Friends and Family CPR Course - Oct 18

Friday, February 10, 2017

Reminder: Free Narcan and CPR (‘Hands Only’) Training Session - Feb 15

The S.A.F.E. Coalition, in association with the Franklin Fire Department, Franklin Police Department and BAMSI (Brockton Area Multi-Services Inc.) will present a Free Narcan and CPR (‘Hands Only’) Training Session on Wednesday February 15, 2017 at 4:00 – 8:00 pm at the Franklin Fire Department Headquarters, 40 West Central Street, Franklin MA. 

The public is invited.


‘Drop-In’ Narcan Training Session


The ‘Drop-In’ Narcan Training Session will be ongoing from 4:00-8:00 pm with no reservation necessary. Narcan will be distributed at no charge after the training session.


“Overdose deaths caused by heroin and synthetic opioids have reached an all-time high. Naloxone, commonly referred to by the brand name Narcan, has been proven to save lives by reversing the effects of opioids. Anyone with minimal training can learn how to administer naloxone and save the life of an individual experiencing an opioid-related overdose.”
T.J. Lynch
Chief of Police, Franklin


“Generic Narcan (naloxone), an opioid antagonist, is perhaps the one most critical drugs in combatting overdose with heroin, fentanyl and other illicit opioids. Without this drug, untold numbers of lives, far in excess of those already lost, would have not been given the chance to battle Substance Use Disorder. It is critical that ‘Narcan’ become widely available during this prolonged and growing epidemic until we can stem the deaths associated with these opioids.”
Jordan E. Warnick, Ph.D.
Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics and Associate Dean (Ret.)
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Secretary, S.A.F.E.


"Providing Narcan is an important step in combating the opioid epidemic that is raging in our community. Life-saving Narcan grants overdose victims another chance to find recovery" 
Jim Derick
President, S.A.F.E.


Franklin Fire Dept Headquarters, 40 West Central Street, Franklin MA
Franklin Fire Dept Headquarters, 40 West Central Street, Franklin MA


CPR Training Session


The CPR Training Session is a ‘Hands-Only’ session and will be offered at 4:00 pm, 5:15 pm and 6:30 pm. REGISTRATION is essential for the CPR training – send an email to info@safecoalitionma.com with your name and session time. Information of certificate programs will be available.

“In an emergency that causes a loss of breathing or lose their pulse, whether it is drug-related or not, the availability of CPR can be critical. Waiting for an ambulance and trained medical personnel may not be an option. You can make a difference!”


The S.A.F.E. Coalition provides this and other sessions to provide education, treatment options, and coping mechanisms for those affected by Substance Abuse Disorder, their families and friends. For more information please contact the S.A.F.E. Coalition at 508-488-8105 or info@safecoalitionma.com

http://safecoalitionma.com/
http://safecoalitionma.com/



Thursday, February 2, 2017

Free Narcan and CPR (‘Hands Only’) Training Session - Feb 15

The S.A.F.E. Coalition, in association with the Franklin Fire Department, Franklin Police Department and BAMSI (Brockton Area Multi-Services Inc.) will present a Free Narcan and CPR (‘Hands Only’) Training Session on Wednesday February 15, 2017 at 4:00 – 8:00 pm at the Franklin Fire Department Headquarters, 40 West Central Street, Franklin MA. 

The public is invited.


‘Drop-In’ Narcan Training Session


The ‘Drop-In’ Narcan Training Session will be ongoing from 4:00-8:00 pm with no reservation necessary. Narcan will be distributed at no charge after the training session.


“Overdose deaths caused by heroin and synthetic opioids have reached an all-time high. Naloxone, commonly referred to by the brand name Narcan, has been proven to save lives by reversing the effects of opioids. Anyone with minimal training can learn how to administer naloxone and save the life of an individual experiencing an opioid-related overdose.”
T.J. Lynch
Chief of Police, Franklin


“Generic Narcan (naloxone), an opioid antagonist, is perhaps the one most critical drugs in combatting overdose with heroin, fentanyl and other illicit opioids. Without this drug, untold numbers of lives, far in excess of those already lost, would have not been given the chance to battle Substance Use Disorder. It is critical that ‘Narcan’ become widely available during this prolonged and growing epidemic until we can stem the deaths associated with these opioids.”
Jordan E. Warnick, Ph.D.
Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics and Associate Dean (Ret.)
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Secretary, S.A.F.E.


"Providing Narcan is an important step in combating the opioid epidemic that is raging in our community. Life-saving Narcan grants overdose victims another chance to find recovery" 
Jim Derick
President, S.A.F.E.


Franklin Fire Dept Headquarters, 40 West Central Street, Franklin MA
Franklin Fire Dept Headquarters, 40 West Central Street, Franklin MA


CPR Training Session


The CPR Training Session is a ‘Hands-Only’ session and will be offered at 4:00 pm, 5:15 pm and 6:30 pm. REGISTRATION is essential for the CPR training – send an email to info@safecoalitionma.com with your name and session time. Information of certificate programs will be available.

“In an emergency that causes a loss of breathing or lose their pulse, whether it is drug-related or not, the availability of CPR can be critical. Waiting for an ambulance and trained medical personnel may not be an option. You can make a difference!”


The S.A.F.E. Coalition provides this and other sessions to provide education, treatment options, and coping mechanisms for those affected by Substance Abuse Disorder, their families and friends. For more information please contact the S.A.F.E. Coalition at 508-488-8105 or info@safecoalitionma.com

http://safecoalitionma.com/
http://safecoalitionma.com/



Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Free Narcan and CPR (‘Hands Only’) Training Session - Feb 15

The S.A.F.E. Coalition, in association with the Franklin Fire Department, Franklin Police Department and BAMSI (Brockton Area Multi-Services Inc.) will present a Free Narcan and CPR (‘Hands Only’) Training Session on Wednesday February 15, 2017 at 4:00 – 8:00 pm at the Franklin Fire Department Headquarters, 40 West Central Street, Franklin MA. 

The public is invited.


‘Drop-In’ Narcan Training Session


The ‘Drop-In’ Narcan Training Session will be ongoing from 4:00-8:00 pm with no reservation necessary. Narcan will be distributed at no charge after the training session.


“Overdose deaths caused by heroin and synthetic opioids have reached an all-time high. Naloxone, commonly referred to by the brand name Narcan, has been proven to save lives by reversing the effects of opioids. Anyone with minimal training can learn how to administer naloxone and save the life of an individual experiencing an opioid-related overdose.”
T.J. Lynch
Chief of Police, Franklin


“Generic Narcan (naloxone), an opioid antagonist, is perhaps the one most critical drugs in combatting overdose with heroin, fentanyl and other illicit opioids. Without this drug, untold numbers of lives, far in excess of those already lost, would have not been given the chance to battle Substance Use Disorder. It is critical that ‘Narcan’ become widely available during this prolonged and growing epidemic until we can stem the deaths associated with these opioids.”
Jordan E. Warnick, Ph.D.
Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics and Associate Dean (Ret.)
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Secretary, S.A.F.E.


"Providing Narcan is an important step in combating the opioid epidemic that is raging in our community. Life-saving Narcan grants overdose victims another chance to find recovery" 
Jim Derick
President, S.A.F.E.


Franklin Fire Dept Headquarters, 40 West Central Street, Franklin MA
Franklin Fire Dept Headquarters, 40 West Central Street, Franklin MA


CPR Training Session


The CPR Training Session is a ‘Hands-Only’ session and will be offered at 4:00 pm, 5:15 pm and 6:30 pm. REGISTRATION is essential for the CPR training – send an email to info@safecoalitionma.com with your name and session time. Information of certificate programs will be available.

“In an emergency that causes a loss of breathing or lose their pulse, whether it is drug-related or not, the availability of CPR can be critical. Waiting for an ambulance and trained medical personnel may not be an option. You can make a difference!”


The S.A.F.E. Coalition provides this and other sessions to provide education, treatment options, and coping mechanisms for those affected by Substance Abuse Disorder, their families and friends. For more information please contact the S.A.F.E. Coalition at 508-488-8105 or info@safecoalitionma.com

http://safecoalitionma.com/
http://safecoalitionma.com/



Tuesday, March 24, 2015

National Medical Academy: Nurse Aid Training


National Medical Academy offers the newest medical training program specializing in Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Training. CNA classes are a full-fledged course that has been recently licensed by the state, which allows any individual to succeed in the field of health care. 
National Medical Academy
National Medical Academy
Designed by the industry professionals, the Nurse Aide Training Programs offered by National Medical Academy will mold individuals into health care professionals, particularly directed to the path of nurse assisting – be it in major hospitals, health care centers or assisted living settings. 
In addition to that, National Medical Academy is focused on the system of Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Training and thus, individuals who want to be involved in the health care industry can now obtain the CNA certification through their Nurse Aide Training Programs. 
National Medical Academy, moreover, encourages individuals to opt for taking up a course as highly needed as Nurse Assistant Training nowadays. There is truthfulness to the fact that the health care industry does not substantially function without the help of certified nurse assistants (CNA). What's more, the United States appears to increase demands for nurse assistants every year and that makes nurse assisting one of the most in demand jobs that there are, not to mention that the compensation is relatively good. 
For additional information, visit the official website of National Medical Academy through the link below:
https://nationalmedicalacademy.com/


Enrollment in our CNA programs are VERY LIMITED to 5 students per class.

Enroll Today before the class is FULL!!!!!



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Friday, February 20, 2015

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Saving Lives - Get Formally Trained In CPR


Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), as we all know is needed when a person is suffering from cardiac arrest. CPR is the first thing that we rely on in such situations; it is actually a first aid method. If we have to believe on the statistical data then it says, about 92 percent victims of the cardiac arrest die well before they see a hospital. The data even mentions that only if people knew what CPR is, it would make a huge difference. This method increases almost 50 per cent chances of survival. The best thing is, you need not be a medical expert to know about CPR. 
Imagine if you could save somebody from dying, would not that be a thing of achievement for you? The six minutes after an individual suffers a heart attack are the most crucial moments of his life. These moments can take his life or can start his second innings. Therefore, CPR training is a must for one and all.  
National Medical Academy
National Medical Academy
Irrespective of what profession one belongs to, a person can take cpr training classes. This is one thing that does not have any eligibility criteria. You can be of any age or any profession, you will still be able to get trained in CPR. 
If you get formally trained in CPR, you can be ready to save many lives. There are many institutes that offer this course. National Medical Academy offers you a cpr certification at the end. This training cannot be forced on everyone but, it is highly recommended. You never know who will need it. It could be anybody, starting from your family member to your colleague. And, at that time, there is no point in feeling helpless! 
It is a myth people believe in that only individuals with medical background need to know about CPR or can perform CPR. The fact is, you just need to be humane enough to be able to learn to save somebody's life. The cpr training classes will resolve all your doubts and teach you techniques that are easily understandable and adaptable. You will not have any inhibitions left to ponder upon. Many think that even if they know about CPR, they still will not be able to do it properly. It is not like that, you cannot afford to be any less confident in this. And therefore, you need to go to the experts who can teach you this in theory and in practical. 
The people who teach you need to have sound knowledge of this field. If they are naive, you cannot expect them to offer you training to make you a perfectionist. This is a very responsible job and hence, needs thorough study of every detail. For some, CPR may look very easy, but that should not be their over confidence. No matter what, if you are trained under the experts, you will be equipped with right knowledge and techniques! 
If you are interested in attending a CPR certification class, please visit National Medical Academy on their website, https://www.nationalmedicalacademy.com, for more information and to register for a training.

National Medical Academy is formally Act First CPR.
They are located at 247 E Central Street, Franklin, MA 02038. (508) 440-5698 

Related posts

http://www.franklinmatters.org/2015/01/cpr-came-in-very-useful.html

http://www.franklinmatters.org/2014/11/november-cpr-classes-discounted-for.html

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

CPR came in very useful

I am humbled by this email received on Sunday:

Hi Steve, 
I wanted to share something with you that occurred this morning. 
The Franklin Matters web site advertised discount CPR last year. I signed my musician husband up as we have 3 young children. 
Well, this morning at his morning basketball game it came in extremely useful. A gentleman suffered a heart attack and my husband was able to perform compressions while someone got the AED, another called 911, while others helped with respirations, etc. 
As a group, they likely saved his life (very hopefully). He had a stent placed within an hour of the event. 
I just wanted to share with you. Though we had discussed him getting CPR training, we never signed up until your site simplified it for us. 
Here's to counting our blessings! 
Best, Jen and Hans Morrison

Act 1sr CPR - office sign on East Central St (next to Hess Oil)
Act 1sr CPR - office singn on East Central St (next to Hess Oil)


Act 1st CPR was last shared here in Nov 2014. Training is still available
http://www.franklinmatters.org/2014/11/november-cpr-classes-discounted-for.html

Note: The Act 1st webpage is re-directing to their new training service registration system and should revert back to normal sometime soon.
http://www.actfirstcpr.com

Updated: via Nick Spencer, Act 1st is changing to National Medical Academy (NMA) but there should be a transition page before dropping to the NMA webpage.


Sunday, November 2, 2014

November CPR Classes - discounted for Franklin Matters readers


CPR & First Aid Training - 50% Savings


Act First CPR is offering 50% off CPR & First Aid Training for ALL FranklinMatters viewers in November at our Franklin training center. 
(Located at 247 E Central Street. Blue building next to HESS Gas Station.)

Register Today! – Visit http:www.actfirstcpr.com/open

Act First offers high quality Public training from American Heart Association certified instructors at all of our training centers.

Our highly trained Medical Staff and CPR training staff is comprised of Paramedics, Firefighters, EMTs, Nurses, and other professionals with real life experiences.

Upcoming Training:
CPR & First Aid
(Dates below will cover infants, children, and adults.)
Wednesday Nov 5 - 6pm
Wednesday Nov 12 - 6pm
Tuesday Nov 18 - 6pm
Monday Nov 24 - 6pm
More dates listed @ actfirstcpr.com/open
Space is limited and seats fill up fast.
Register Today! – Visit http:www.actfirstcpr.com/open


Act First CPR


To learn more about us, visit http:www.actfirstcpr.com/open
To save 50% use Coupon Code: FRANKLINMATTERS
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