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Children better prepared to take action during emergencies after training

A class on Tuesday will help children who are babysitting in case there is an emergency.

Posted: Jun 11, 2019 6:41 PM
Updated: Jun 11, 2019 6:41 PM

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tuesday. new for you tonight at 6... area children are better prepared to take action during an emergency. terre haute regional hospital hosted a "safe sitter" class today. middle school students learned about being "safe" when they're baby-sitting. the lessons included rescuing someone who is choking. they also learned about emergency preparedness... and knowing who to contact. students we talked with said they learned a lot! < it's gomma make me feel safer, like i'll know what to do. // my brother he's 6 and i like, i want to be able to stay home with him watch him.. and my cousin, she's 6 too, and i want to be able to watch them.> the instructor said this class started after an adult didn't know what to do when a baby was choking. the hope is teaching these skills early-on will have
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