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I interview and chat to Emma Hammett Founder of the award-winning first aid training business: First Aid for Life and First Aid for Pets and author of the excellent book ‘Burns, Falls and Emergency Calls’ a ‘must – have ‘ book for all parents. 2 million children attend A […]Read more
The Sue Atkins Parenting Show is where we discuss every possible aspect of parenting, giving you advice and support on topics which affect your daily life. Each free, weekly episode is bursting with practical tips, techniques and ideas. Also, you can sign up to The Sue Atkins […]Read more
Here’s a wonderful article from my friend Emma Hammett who is a wonderful professional who is passionate about First Aid. We caught up today over a coffee and I thought I’d pass this excellent article on to you. Do go and explore Emma’s excellent website for […]Read more
Here is Emma Hammett’s advice after the tragic story of 2 year old Jacob Jenkins died after choking on a grape at Pizza Hut. “This incredibly sad story that has been widely reported on the news highlights the need for more people to learn how to help in […]Read more
Today I’m delighted to introduce you to the very lovely Emma Hammett from First Aid For Life. Emma runs really helpful & practical courses for teenagers, schools and workplaces around coping in an emergency. Today Emma is my guest blogger. Teenagers are the most likely to […]Read more