Infant Safety Night

Infant Safety Night

Join us for our Infant Safety Night!

Knowing what to do and how to act if your child is having an emergency is a skill that will pay you back 10 fold should you ever need to call upon that knowledge. These are life-saving skills that all new parents, caregivers, and grandparents should all have tucked away in their tool belts in case of an emergency.

 

“So many great tips and lessons to keep little ones safe. This was amazing! 10 out of 10. It was exactly the information we needed to feel like we can protect our new baby. Thank you.” – M.W.

 

Ricki Bristow, a seasoned Paramedic and owner of Good Samaritan First Aid and certified Car Seat Technician, will demonstrate a variety of safety skills for your infant. She will also discuss common medical concerns like how and when to treat fevers and rashes, car seat safety and more.

 

“I loved all the info covered. So valuable, and the instructor Ricki, was great. Thank you!” – Sheila D.

 

You will leave this workshop with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to keep your baby safe. This workshop is not only helpful for parents but also for grandparents and other caregivers as well!

 

Please note: This course will teach you basic skills to be used on your child in your own home, this is not a CPR certification course.

The event cost covers two people to attend.

 

Upcoming Workshops

May 23, 2024 6:30 – 9pm

June 27, 2024 6:30 – 9pm

July 18, 2024 6:30 – 9pm

August 22, 2024 6:30 – 9pm

September 26, 2024 – 6:30 – 9pm

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Infant Safety Night
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Available Tickets: 4

All event and workshop tickets are final sale and non-refundable. You may transfer your ticket to another party if you desire. Transfers can be done by contacting us up to 3 business days before the event.

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Date

May 23 2024

Time

6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Cost

$100.00

Location

Blue Heron Midwives
30 Dupont St E #105, Waterloo, ON, Canada
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