EDUCATION: Providing class room instruction about SCA, the chain of survival and CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) instruction and function.
TOOLS: Placement of Automated External Defibrillators in the public and private sectors of communities.
RESOURCES: Developing and distributing informational materials to educate, inform and support communities, diagnosed patients and the undiagnosed person.
Want to learn more about SCA and the preservation of the chain of survival?
Download our information resources (below);
|'What can I do about Sudden Cardiac Arrest?' Booklet||Know the Difference - Make a Difference Factsheet||
NOW IS THE TIME…do you know how to save a life performing CPR and using a defibrillator (AED) watch our instructional video below
Defibs in Schools
Lilly-May Page was running across the playground when sudden cardiac arrest struck at just 5 years old – there was no AED nearby – sadly Lilly-May did not survive. Let Lilly-May’s mummy tell her story – it is heart breaking. We must ensure we protect our children, our loved ones, our communities if a sudden cardiac arrest occurs without warning. And it is possible for everyone to be SCA aware and know where the nearest AED is situated.
The Defibs Save Lives Campaign direct benefits local communities by funding the placement of public access AEDs, as well as providing information, resources and education to ensure communties maintain their HeartSafe status.