Choking is a parent's worst nightmare, and for good reason. It's a leading cause of death in children. We've designed this course specifically for parents & caregivers, so you can take control and save your child's life.
We’ll cover how to identify the signs of an unresponsive baby and when and how to perform CPR.
Learn how to recognize the signs of a choking infant and how to perform a series of actions that can help save a baby's life.
Learn how to identify the signs of an unresponsive child, when and how to perform CPR: from chest compressions to rescue breaths and more.
Learn how to recognize the signs of a choking person and how to perform abdominal thrusts.
So, what does “expert” really mean? We only offer classes and consultations that are led by professionally certified individuals with top accreditations. Together, our instructors have helped thousands of parents combined.
As fellow parents, we get it. Life is busy. So, once you start, you and your partner can learn from the comfort of your favorite spot, take breaks, and refer back for up to 2 years.
Sometimes we have clarifying questions. Instead of getting lost in a sea of endless internet research, take a course and join a private Q&A forum that is moderated by experts. Connect and learn in a safe space — sans spam.
This is the scariest thought to ever enter a parent’s mind and the fact that it can happen is terrifying. This course gives you real life scenarios, demonstrations, diagrams, and explains what you’re doing to your baby that can literally save their lives
Clear directions and great format for learning. Bonus points for how quickly the class is. Great for busy parents like myself with two under two who need a quick refresher.
The instructions are straightforward. I love having the visual aids and takeaway guides available. I'll be sharing this with my family. Thanks!
The breakdowns are very helpful and make sure you know exactly what you need to do
Biggest feedback: in the schematic where the chest compressions are being performed, BLUE blood cycles TOWARDS the brain, and RED blood cycles towards the heart. This is backwards. Blue blood usually represents venous blood (deoxygenated blood), and red blood usually represents oxygenated blood (from the lungs). The order should be reversed - it should be red blood from the lungs to the brain and blue blood from the brain to the heart. Also, I'm a critical care doctor - so I notice these things :)
Choking is my biggest fear as a parent, this has made me feel so much more prepared! I love the takeaway guides too!
Breaking it down further with these three types of scenarios was so helpful! This is straightforward and easy to understand - definitely life-saving!
Worth every penny. Clear directions and great format for learning. Bonus points for how quickly the class is. Great for busy parents like myself with two under two who need a quick refresher.
Tinyhood was founded to help parents – if your experience is anything less than ideal, please reach out to our Customer Happiness Team and we’ll aim to smooth things over.