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Infant, Child, and Adult CPR, AED, and First Aid
Includes infant, child and adult CPR. Two year certification.
Offered on Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Pre-registration and payment are required by the Wednesday prior to class. ($50.00 per person)
This is a 7 hour course relating to infants, children and adults. Students will practice required skills in small groups. Certificate issuance is dependent on instructor observation of reasonable skills performance. Written examinations are available upon request.
Student materials include:
Classes are held in the Godard Room at Valley General Hospital, in Monroe.
Grief and Loss Support
Loss comes in many different ways and at many times throughout our lives. It can be very helpful to receive support from others who have been down a similar road.
Join Chaplain Kelly as he provides grief and loss education with support every other week at Valley General Hospital. No appointment or registration necessary. Open to everyone.
WHEN: Every other Tuesday 6:00 – 7:00 pm (beginning February 5th, 2013)
WHERE: Valley General Hospital Chapel (behind Main Lobby)
About the Facilitator:
Chaplain Kelly Baughman M.Ed., BCC, BCP (360) 794-7497 x3221
Chaplain Kelly Baughman is an ordained minister, a board certified pastoral counselor and a certified health care chaplain serving at Valley General Hospital, in Monroe. He has offered grief and loss education and support to many throughout the community over the years, including the Valley General Hospital Recovery Center. King5 TV’s Evening Magazine featured Chaplain Kelly in a story about bringing smiles to kids at Seattle Children’s Hospital with his ukulele.
Kelly combines a wealth of professional experience in dealing with grief and loss and adds his own experience as he shares his own grief journey following the loss of his 7 year-old daughter in 1994.