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Michelle has organized a First Aid Training course (non-certified) for the SCFP Spouse Association. She writes in the Facebook event description: SCES Community Safety has graciously offered the SCFP Spouse Association a free First Aid Training Course (not certified) on May 2nd from 6:30-8:00 at Station 6. At the same time they will be offering a fire prevention or 911… Read More
SCFP Spouse Michelle has taken the lead on organizing a free CPR class for SCFP Spouses. While our grown-up classes are happening, another room will be booked for our fire kids to take a course on 911, Fire Safety, or Basic First Aid Training (details to come). The adult class will be taught by Laura from SCFD Community Safety and… Read More
The Strathcona County Firefighter Paramedic Spouse Association has coordinated with the Safety Educators at Strathcona County Emergency Services to offer the children of SCFP a free At Home By Yourself Course. This course is for children 8-12 years of age (7.5 year olds are welcome as long as parents believe they will be successful sitting through a 1.5 hour course)…. Read More
Recently, SCFPSA was invited to a presentation on Adrenal Stress Support & Fatigue for First Responders and Families, hosted by Edmonton Police Wives Association, and developed by Dr. Stacey Richards of SMRT Health Centre. Dr. Stacey Richards has generously allowed us to publish her presentation in order to share the information with our group. If you are interested in learning… Read More
One of SCFPSA’s connections recently shared this upcoming workshop with us. Others among our group have attended Dr. Jody Carrington’s sessions of First Responder & Family mental health to glowing reviews. If you are interested in attending this workshop, please feel free to contact SCFP Spouse Katie first. Funding may be available through a new community partner. Link to event:… Read More