Home care an important good beginning

GOOD Beginnings Play2Learn participants recently learnt the importance of risks in the home and how to deal with an emergency.

First Aid Heath and Safety trainer, Chris Murray from Red Cross gave parents of young children some important tips on identifying learn about risks in the home to young children and responding correctly in an emergency.

Sophie and Rosie Cordwell and Bunny brought to group by Skyella, Zac and Max.

Safety of young children in the home is of paramount concern to the members of the Brighton community. Most accidents occur in the home and outcomes are greatly improved if correct first aid is applied immediately. Topics covered CPR, what to do with an unconscious patient, choking, wound care and concussion.

Good Beginnings provides Play2Learn sessions with a trained early childhood worker and family support worker to improve early life experiences for children, improve families¹ confidence, knowledge and skills, fulfil their children¹s needs and increase community connectedness.

Good Beginnings Play2Learn programs are funded by Communities for Children. For more information about any of our programs please call coordinator, Simone Johns on  6268 4257