The Bystander Effect

By |April 27th, 2020|

The Bystander Effect Over the weekend, I attended a virtual women’s empowerment conference where we heard from inspirational speakers on personal and business development topics. One of the speakers was talking about an experience growing up where she witnessed bullying [...]

Halloween Safety

By |October 27th, 2019|

Halloween Safety Tips As October comes to a close, we all start looking forward to Halloween. In the excitement of free candy and creative and scary costumes, it’s easy to let our guard down a little and lose sight of safety. For this reason, I wanted to talk about how to stay safe during the Halloween festivities. […]

What is a Home Evacuation Plan and Why You Should Have One

By |October 26th, 2019|

  Home Evacuation Plans You probably haven’t given much thought to how to get out of your home if you had an emergency, such as a fire event. Don’t worry; you aren’t alone. Evacuation plans have been around for a while…for commercial buildings and businesses. To think of applying this to your home might seem odd. But it’s truly not. […]

Things to Consider When Hiring a CPR Instructor

By |September 20th, 2019|

  When Considering a CPR Class We understand that when it comes to getting CPR certified, there are many options available to you. In many cases, the local fire department or hospital offers CPR and First Aid courses. Did you [...]


By |January 20th, 2019|

I love scrolling through Facebook and Instagram and seeing all of the #10yearchallenge posts! My #10yearchallenge has me reflecting on the past 10 years of teaching CPR, how I started my business, lessons learned along the way, and where to go from here. […]

Preventing Fire at Home, Part 1

By |September 29th, 2017|

National Fire Prevention Week Autumn ushers in amazing, colorful foliage, crazy corn mazes, and pumpkin patch fun. Fall also opens the door to our major holiday seasons of the year when we find ourselves celebrating with cherished family and friends. Unfortunately, it’s also the time of year when we face a greater risk of fires in our homes. Therefore, it’s no coincidence, that National Fire Prevention Week falls on the second week of October. According to the National Fire Protection Association, most house fires occur each year during the long holiday season, making it the most dangerous time of the year.  […]

Fall Prevention Part 2: Keeping Yourself and Older Adults Safe

By |September 18th, 2017|

From tiny tots to tenacious grandmas, preventing falls is an important part of healthy aging. So I’ve dedicated two posts to the subject. In the first, I identified risk factors and prevention measures for children, and in this second, I’ll identify risk factors and prevention measure for older adults and those with mobility issues.  […]

Fall Prevention Part 1: Keeping Your Kids Safe

By |August 30th, 2017|

From tiny tots to tenacious grandmas, preventing falls is an important part of healthy aging. So I’m going dedicate two posts to the subject. In this, the first post, I’ll identify risk factors and prevention measures for children; and in the second, I’ll identify risk factors and prevention measures for older adults and those with mobility issues.  […]

6 Back to School Safety Tips for Every Parent

By |August 15th, 2017|

  Back to School Back-to-school season comes with mixed emotions. This means your children’s schedule-free, relaxing summer days have come to a close, but school doors are open bringing much anticipation and excitement for a new school year. It also ushers in a little anxiety for us as parents—even for the most experienced. The what-ifs that plague us when we aren’t there for an immediate assist to help our kiddos when they need it. Giving them a quick dust off, clothing adjustment, hug and wink of reassurance, before sending them back on the road of life. Let’s face it, we all worry!  […]

5 Tips for Experiencing the Upcoming Solar Eclipse Safely

By |July 31st, 2017|

  The Total Solar Eclipse On August 21, America is going to have first-row seats to the only solar eclipse most of us will see in our lifetime. The path of totality—the area in which viewers will see a total eclipse with the moon completely blocking the sun—will cross Missouri starting around Kansas City and ending near the boot heel. The path is a little over 300 miles long, and the expected number of visitors is 1.2 million. Missouri is going to be pretty crowded along those 300 miles. If everyone spread out evenly over those 300 miles, that’s still 4,000 visitors per mile. That doesn’t include that people who already live in the area.     An increase in population density of this magnitude means several things:   Emergency response times will be lengthy in the event of an emergency. The possibility for an increase in traffic accidents is real. The number of people on the road will lengthen drive times. So how do you safely enjoy the solar eclipse and all of the great events that have been planned in your area?  […]

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