As TODAY’s “Winning at All Costs” series focusing some of the risks and dangers facing young athletes, Jenna Bush Hager speaks to One Beat CPR + AED partner, Parent Heart Watch, a group of parents who are trying to save kids’ lives in memory of the children they lost to sudden cardiac arrest during sports activities. It “can happen to any child,” one parent warns – but the chance of surviving it rises dramatically if an automated external defibrillator is nearby and accessible.
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Granbury, Texas, police officer, Chase Miller, was recently recognized by city officials for using CPR to save a 3-year-old boy.
On Oct. 12, Officer Miller responded to a 911 call requesting help at a Kentucky Fried Chicken for a little boy who was not breathing and unresponsive. Dash-cam footage from Miller’s vehicle showed him pulling into the restaurant’s parking lot minutes later.
The department said that after Miller got out of his vehicle, he encountered a group of people, including a crying woman carrying an unresponsive little boy in her arms.
The woman was identified as Bethany Hoover, 21, of Granbury, and the little boy as Hoover’s 3-year-old son, Brayden Geis. Brayden’s father, John Geis, 21, of Granbury, could also be seen in the video.
Hoover told ABC News today that Brayden had suffered a febrile seizure due to a cold he’d come down with.
A general manager at the Kentucky Fried Chicken, Hoover said she’d called her husband in to work as a cook that evening. She told him to bring along Brayden until her mother could come pick him up.
Hoover said at first, Brayden was playing but then started crying. She said she give him ibuprofen, but when she noticed how hot he was, she took him outside. The boy’s head was resting on his shoulder, Hoover said, and then she felt his arm go limp.
“[I] leaned him forward and he was having a seizure,” she said. “John called 911.”
Police said Miller began CPR and then had the boy’s dad continue chest compressions as he got a breathing mask. Police said that after two minutes, Miller had revived the child. Brayden was later treated by the Granbury Volunteer Fire Department and then taken to Lake Granbury Medical Center.
Hoover told ABC News that by the next day, Brayden was acting like nothing had happened though the fever still lingered.
At a City Council meeting Tuesday night, Miller was awarded the Life Saving Award for saving Brayden’s life. Miller also got to meet Brayden and his parents. The officer gave Brayden several gifts, including a toy police dog named Chase from the children’s show “Paw Patrol.”
“Officer Miller’s exceptional performance reflect great credit upon himself, the Granbury Police Department and the city of Granbury,” police said.
Hoover said that the three had visited Miller again at the police department today. She said that she and her husband had told Miller that they’d give him their world for saving Brayden.
“Our son is the world to us,” she said today. “That’s our world. That’s our life.”
Read the full story here: http://abcnews.go.com/US/texas-police-officer-honored-cpr-save-year-boy/story?id=42917245
We are once again excited to attend a National Convention. This week we are headed to Austin, for the Gymnastics Association of Texas 50th Annual Convention. This summer has been very busy with all the Olympic events happening, We attended the US Gymnastics National Congress & Trade Show back in July and had an amazing show.
For the follow up in Texas, we are still on the ripples of wrapping up the Rio Olympics and the US took home a lot of medals. It is because of the hard work of the coaches and the passion of the Olympians that we can reach these levels of greatness. One Beat CPR is committed to supporting safe environments in all facilities for students and athletes by teaching CPR with the most current guidelines and bringing trusted technology with the Philips line of defibrillators.
One Beat CPR is proud to be an exhibitor at the IAFC Conference Hall. We have become the vendor of choice for many Fire and EMS organization across the US. This brings us another opportunity to connect with the leaders in the industry. Our company was founded by Lon Rosen, a Local Firefighter and some of our instructors are firefighters as well. With our experience in the field, we are able to bring a wide range of products and services that best fill the needs of a fast paced and demanding team. Visit our booth to learn more about Philips products and how to implement a plan for your organization. Connect with us on social media by clicking on LinkedIn.
At the 90th Annual Conference, we exhibited and presented our training classes and products in front of civil officials. The goal of the League of Cities organization is to unite the municipalities of Florida and promote local self-government. The league has members representing over 400 cities, towns and villages in the state of Florida. This way of ‘Home Rule’ has been shown to be key in how democracy is exercised in the state. It also brings together the communities and multiplies the awareness to any of the cities issues and campaigns.
In October, the league celebrates “Florida City Government Week” from October 16-22, 2016. Volunteer time to your local community in their service projects, cleanup efforts and donation collections. These events strengthen and enrich the area, benefits neighbors and improves lives. For a list of local events in South Florida visit the Sun Sentinel Page Volunteer Guide or search for volunteer opportunities through the local newspaper in your area or state.
2016 Glammy Awards
Please join us on Friday, September 16th at Glam-A-Thon’s Lipstick Lounge
hosted at The Gallery of Amazing Things in Dania Beach, FL from 8:00 – 11 pm
We will be there to celebrate the honorees who have consistently demonstrated an ongoing commitment to volunteerism and leadership to service their communities.
Toll free: 855.ONE.BEAT
Saturday: By Appointment only
Sunday: By Appointment only
Miramar, FL 33025
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- Texas Police Officer Uses CPR to Save 3-Year-Old Boy, Dramatic Save Story Caught on Dash-Cam Video – ABC News Today