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CPR Training


Did you know:

       

















Research has demonstrated that early CPR plays a great part in the outcome when

someone suffers from Sudden Cardiac Death.  The chain of survival has many links

which include first responders, advanced life support, specialized hospitals to

continue the definitive care.  One of the most important links is citizens knowing

how to perform CPR.  Citizens wanting to learn this easy skill have the following

opportunities.



          Health Care Provider Course (full certification course) – Provided in our

             classroom or can be brought to your facility


        Heartsaver CPR Course (non-healthcare individuals) - Most common course for daycare employees, teachers,

             and other non-medical individuals.  It includes CPR for the Adult, Child and Infant as well as the AED and

             choking


        Hands Only CPR – This program is one hour long and teaches individuals what to do if you come upon

             an unconscious person.  We can also bring this training program to your church or civic group if requested.  

             Click here to see more on Hands Only CPR (Cardiocerebral Resuscitation).



        Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED – This program is a video-based, instructor-led course that teaches students

            critical skills needed to respond to and manage an emergency until emergency medical services arrives.  

            Skills covered in this course include first aid; choking relief in adults, childfren, and infants; and what to do

            for sudden cardiac arrest in adults, children, and infants.



     





















Car Seat Checks


TRAA is a designated Permanent Fitting Station set up to complete Child Car Seat Inspections.  Appointments are scheduled and one our National Certified Technicians will inspect your child’s car seat, making any needed adjustments and instruct you in the proper use of child car seats.  To schedule a car seat appointment call (260) 423-1436 ext 238










Click on the link at left for more information from NHTSA   









Safe Home Inspections for Seniors

Falls contribute to a large number of ambulances runs and hospitalizations.  With the Safe Home Inspections, EMS personnel will come to your home and complete a free home safety inspection. Once completed, we will make recommendations to make your home safer.  Some safety items may be installed if necessary and available.


Speaker's Bureau

We would be happy to attend your Community Association Meeting, Civic Group, Church Group or other type of meeting and provide a speaker for a wide range of topics.  Some of the topics we can provide are:


       History Fort Wayne's EMS System

       Parent/Grandparent responsibility for Child SafetyOver

       Water Safety for you and your children

       Home Safety Plans

       Compression Only CPR Programs


School Programs

We can bring an Ambulance to your school for a show-n-tell or deliver a presentation covering one of these topics:


      Water Safety in and around your home

      Severe Weather Safety Training


Community Events

We provide an ambulance for display and tour at large community events such as the Three Rivers Festival and the Fort Wayne Farm Show.  If available, on-duty units can make an appearance at other community events if requested.


  For more information or to schedule one of these programs click here.



Infant Safe Sleep Program

TRAA is committed to reducing infant mortality due to the lack of a safe sleep environment.  In 2016, TRAA partnered with

the Indiana State Department of Health to be the 1st EMS agency to be a part of the Safe Sleep Program, which provides training on safe sleep practices and a crip to families who cannot afford a safe sleep environment for their infant.

For more information on our Safe Sleep Program click here.

For each minute the heart goes without pumping blood past 4 minutes, a person's chance of survival decreases by 10%?


Over 80% of all cardiac arrests occurring outside of the hospital occur in the home?


Early bystander CPR is the most important factor in whether a victim of sudden cardiac arrest lives or dies?


Learning CPR might very well save the life of your loved one!


     Click here for more statistics from the American Heart Association

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