Survival rates from out of hospital cardiac arrests in the UK are extremely low – just one in ten. Yet if more people knew life-saving CPR skills we could save more lives. That’s why Tracey is campaigning for CPR awareness and continuing to work on getting more community defibrillators secured across Chatham and Aylesford.
Tracey is pleased to be supporting the British Heart Foundation’s Nation of Lifesavers campaign and is encouraging people to get involved with the campaign to learn about the new innovative Call Push Recue training method which is making CPR training available across Chatham and Aylesford and the UK.
Schools and community groups can order a FREE Call Push Rescue Training Kit to use and learn, giving people the skills and confidence to know what to do in the event of cardiac arrest which could help save thousands of lives each year. You can apply for your kit and find out more by visiting bhf.org.uk/cpr
Tracey would also be happy to help schools or community groups in setting up a First Aid training session with a local fully trained First Aid teacher. Please call the office on 01634 673180 should you wish to hold a training session.