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HeartSaver CPR/AED Course Offered Early Childhood Providers & Parents

Updated: Jun 17, 2019

Hosted by Turtle Wing Foundation, PAT and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension there will be a HeartSaver® CPR/AED Course offered on Saturday July 28, 2018 at the Fayette County Ag Building Training Room

(255 Svoboda Ln., La Grange). The class will run from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and will cost $20. This is a discounted price due to Turtle Wing Foundation underwriting the training. Only the first 30 pre-paid registrations will be accepted. Registration must be received by 6/29/18. Each attendee will receive a CPR Mask and CPR/AED Certification Card. Registration forms may be requested by calling Turtle Wing Foundation at (979)505-5090 or emailingsusie@turtlewingfoundation.org. Early childhood providers, parents and teens who babysit are encourage to attend this important life-saving training. This continuing education opportunity is provided though the Turtle Wing/PAT Daycare Provider Program. The program was created as a response to the family dynamic presented by both parents working and pre-school aged children spending most of their waking hours with a day care provider or a pre-school teacher. Teachers and child care providers play a critical role in the healthy development of children. The missions of both Turtle Wing and PAT focus on children learning, growing and developing to realize their full potential. By raising awareness, understanding how to identify delays, and providing tools and resources to participating caretakers, Turtle Wing’s vision of helping children “grow wings and fly” is closer to being achieved. To learn more about PAT visit their website at www.sw-pat.org or contact Phylis Venghaus at 979-725-9832. For information on how Turtle Wing Foundation helps families in rural areas with children who have learning challenges visitwww.turtlewingfoundation.org or call the foundation.





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