As American Heart Association (AHA) Instructors, it is a privilege teaching people how to save lives. We offer the highest quality of training programs in CPR, first aid, BLS and Heart Saver Classes. We cater to healthcare professionals, employees and the general public.

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Did you know that in the United States sudden cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death?

Did you know that most people who suffer a cardiac arrest outside of a hospital do not get cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) from a bystander, which can significantly lessen their chances of survival?

Did you know that CPR is easy to learn and is taught to tens of thousands of people each year?

Did you know that bystander CPR is done less than half of all out-of-hospital cardiac arrests? Statistics have shown that only 15 to 30 percent of people who experience sudden cardiac arrests outside of hospitals will receive bystander CPR. When people are asked why they would not give CPR, a very common answer is that they never received training. Concerns, such as harming the person or harming oneself, legal risks, or concerns about infection, often diminish once people learn proper CPR techniques.

Did you know that in the United States more than 300,000 people have cardiac arrests every year? Sudden cardiac arrest occurs when the heart is no longer able to pump blood effectively to the rest of the body. Some signs of cardiac arrest include seeing a person suddenly collapse, losing consciousness and breathing stops. The longer the body goes without circulation, the lower the chance of survival. By immediately performing CPR, you are able to help the person’s blood keep circulating until trained professionals arrive and more advanced tools can be used. Did know that the chance of surviving a sudden cardiac arrest increases significantly, by more than double, when CPR is started early?

Did you know that more than 85 percent of cardiac arrests take place at home. The American Heart Association, would like to bring CPR training to schools and the community with the mindset that CPR is for everyone which can save even more lives. If you don’t know CPR, you can learn CPR and gain the confidence in knowing that if you are ever needed, you too can save a life!

One reason that people report why they do not perform CPR is because of concerns performing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. In 2010 the guidelines for performing CPR were changed. They now say that those who do not feel comfortable, or who have not received formal training, should attempt hands-only CPR. Did you know that hands-only CPR has been shown to be just as effective for many adults who experience sudden cardiac arrest?

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