Vernon, CT is proud to be a recognized HEARTSafe Community. HEARTSafe Communities is a program designed to promote survival from sudden out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. It is a general concept focused upon strengthening the “chain of survival” as described by the American Heart Association; it recognizes and stimulates efforts by individual communities to improve their system for preventing sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) from becoming irreversible death.
When someone’s heart suddenly stops, they will generally not survive unless a number of interventions take place immediately, including CPR and defibrillation. In order to facilitate this process, a strong system must be established to ensure the rapid execution of each step.
The American Heart Association's CPR and AED learning programs helps increase survival rates by training people just like you to respond quickly. The sad truth is most people don't survive a cardiac arrest. Four to six minutes is the window of opportunity for someone to act before it's too late, but fewer than one-third of cardiac arrest victims get CPR from someone nearby.
The Vernon Fire Department offers American Heart Association classes in Community CPR and First Aid to anyone of the public who is interested.
Public Safety Complex 280 West Road Vernon
$35 per person
Heartsaver CPR/AED Adult/Child/Infant
October 18, Wednesday, 6:30PM-9:30PM
November 15, Wednesday, 6:30PM-9:30PM
December 13, Wednesday, 6:30PM-9:30PM
Heartsaver First Aid
June 21 Wednesday 6:30PM-9:30PM
Seating is limited for each class.
To view detailed course content information, go to the American Heart Association website www.heart.org
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will get a verification email regarding the registration process.
Please include in your email your name, address and phone number for us to respond with confirmation and payment information.
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