“I have had the opportunity to use the CPR Wrap with CPR students at the layperson and professional level. The feedback was very positive with the pictures and instructions clear and easy to use. Students felt this product would be extremely beneficial in the event of a real cardiac issue and felt it would aid in increasing the success of proper CPR. I personally agree with the feedback and would not hesitate to recommend this product to anyone.
Students also found the directions crucial for stressful situations and were very happy to have a one-way valve for safety with breaths. As an instructor, I especially like how a person can be protected from potential foreign substances (such as opioid powders) as the CPR Wrap provides a body barrier device just like the one-way valve provides a barrier device for breaths. It is especially important for rescuers to be protected as well, so thank you for that!
I have had ten total years of experience as an instructor in CPR, First Aid, and Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Prevention, as well as 33 years of experience in the field of Occupational Therapy and, have recently completed my Certified Dementia Practitioner certification. I have been a fieldwork instructor for therapy assistants, provided lectures at local colleges and schools, and have been published as a co-writer for a National Certification Organization Study Guide for
certifying therapists. I also traveled the New England area providing education and support for new technologies aiding functional independence within communities, hospitals, clinics, and facilities. I have developed seven years of safety education programs for CPR and First Aid as well as AED programs and skill refresher events for local manufacturing companies. I have been a member of The National Society of Leadership and Success since 2014 and continue to strive for my ongoing academic and leadership success through SNHU. I completed my Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Studies and have started my Master of Arts Degree in Writing and English at SNHU.”