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CPR CLASS MARCH 14 TO BE RESCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER / POWER OUTAGE

The CPR AED class scheduled for Wed night March 14 in Duxbury is cancelled.  The location is without power and not accessible.  Please stay tuned for a reschedule date.  Our office is currently without power.  We do have email access; please see the CONTACT US button to email us!

New Public Speaking Workshop added at Kingston Library for June 2018!

Attend our interactive seminar to become a better and more confident speaker!  Workshop dates are June 4, 11, and 18, 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm each night. This class is designed for entrepreneurs, administrators, college students, community leaders, religious leaders, sales professionals, educators, and others who wish to become more comfortable with public speaking.  Participants will get the opportunity to practice speaking in a safe environment.  This 3-part series will allow the participant to build on skills each week.  Cost is $195.  Register on our website now!

Deadline extended for PUBLIC SPEAKING workshop!

The deadline for our upcoming PUBLIC SPEAKING WORKSHOP in Kingston MA has been extended to Wednesday January 17.  Please sign up now and take this opportunity to build your skills and confidence!

Health Ed of New England to offer PUBLIC SPEAKING workshops!

Starting in January 2018, we will start offering public speaking workshops for the public!  Our first event will be held at the Kingston Public Library in Kingston MA.  It will consist of three successive Saturdays from 9:30 am – 11:30 am:  January 20, January 27 and February 3.  The introductory fee is $125.  For more information, please contact Barbara at 781 582 1440 or email us (see CONTACT US button)

FIRST AID classes added to fall schedule

We just added a couple of FIRST AID classes to the fall schedule.  This is your chance to brush up on your first aid skills.  Topics include bleeding, broken bones, head injuries, spine injuries, poisoning, heat emergencies, cold emergencies, and shock.

Summer CPR classes to be held in the evenings on Cape Cod

Our usual Saturday morning CPR classes in Hyannis switch to evenings in July and August…  You can attend our classes after work and still enjoy your summer weekend.  The classes are scheduled for Monday night July 17 (BASIC LIFE SUPPORT FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS) and Monday night August 14 (HEARTSAVER CPR AED).

Health Ed of New England Student Saves Her Husband’s Life!

One of my students took my class and ended up saving her husband’s life! See her story below. I can’t tell you how satisfying it was to hear how our training made such a difference for her family. Rebecca is such a sweet person and i am so glad to have her as a client! She continues to spread the message of CPR by hosting multiple classes at her Koko FitClub gym in Harwich MA. Thank you Rebecca, and i am so thrilled and happy for the two of you!

See her video!

NY TIMES: CPR Survival Rates Can Vary Greatly by City

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/08/health/cpr-survival-rates-can-differ-greatly-by-city.html?mabReward=CTM&moduleDetail=recommendations-1&action=click&contentCollection=Opinion®ion=Footer&module=WhatsNext&version=WhatsNext&contentID=WhatsNext&src=recg&pgtype=article&_r=2

CPR class to be offered at All Souls Church in Braintree

Wicked Local

Posted Nov. 24, 2015 at 11:51 AM

Braintree
Barbara Augello has been offering classes for several years at All Souls Church in Braintree as well as other locations. An EMT by certification, Barbara prefers working with the “plastic” victims and leaves the heavy lifting to real EMTs.

However, she is passionate about her quest to save lives by teaching citizens how to perform CPR. Through her company Health Ed of New England (based in Kingston), she has been offering lifesaving instruction for over 25 years.
Read the article…

AHA 2015 CPR Guidelines

New material is based on the latest resuscitation research

Thu, Oct 15, 2015
American Heart Association

People should continue to jump in quickly to give CPR, using breaths if they’ve been trained in CPR and employing mobile technology to speed up the rescue of cardiac arrest victims, according to the American Heart Association’s 2015 Guidelines Update for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC)…more