Teaching Babysitters Life-Saving Skills
Babysitting is a big responsibility, and many teens do it with little or no training. That’s why Dignity Health teaches a Safe Sitter program at its facility in Chandler, Arizona. Ingrid Chung, 13, is one of the participants in the workshop taught by Missy Beauchamp, a registered nurse. The participants learn the basics—like how to change diapers—and, most importantly, life-saving techniques like the Heimlich maneuver and CPR. They leave empowered and confident in their abilities to care for others.
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