We at AIR are a team of specially trained paediatric doctor and nurses, working within A&E and the community with over 50 years’ combined experience. In our day-to-day work we are dealing with seriously-ill children where their deteriorating condition can occasionally lead to CPR. We are all parents to young children and want to raise awareness of childhood illnesses and how to give life-saving treatment in the event of an emergency.
What would you do if your child stopped breathing? Would you be able to save your child from choking? How would you respond if your child had a severe allergic reaction?
AIR invites you to join us to learn Basic Life Support skills, What to do in the event of Anaphylaxis, Choking or a Febrile Convulsion and the Recognition of Sepsis and Meningitis.
We provide a relaxed environment with ample opportunity to ask the professionals!
Who Is AIR?
Meet Our Team
“Working in Children’s ED I am passionate about delivering the highest possible care for the children we see. Having dealt with the sickest and most life threateningly ill children, I realise more and more that we have less chance of delivering advanced care without training parents and the layperson to deliver excellent basic first aid care at scene. Those 10 minutes are what saves lives.”
“Parents and carers of young children deserve the highest quality of training to keep their little ones safe. My wish is to pass on the skills that I have acquired to develop confidence and competence if faced with an emergency.”
“Working in both intensive care and A&E I have been involved with traumatic and devastating situations. AIR gives me the opportunity to share my knowledge and skills in order to give others confidence and know how to provide life saving treatment which can give a child the best chance of survival.”