MOSAIC summer highlight: Safe Sitter
Marci Moore teaches eighth grade science at Coppell Middle School West and is a trained Safe Sitter instructor thru Baylor Medical Center at Irving. She has been a professional teacher in Texas the past nine years, the first four teaching solely gifted students. Nutrition education through foods and fitness highlights her 30+ year career as a clinical dietitian and diabetes educator in California, Hawaii, Utah and Texas after earning her BA from San Jose State University. She maintains professional licenses as RD, LD, CDE.
Baylor Hospital: Safe Sitter Program (full course description)
The Safe Sitter program is a medically accurate program that teaches young adolescents how to handle emergencies when caring for younger children. The goal of Safe Sitter is to reduce the number of accidental and preventable deaths among children in a babysitter’s care. During the course, students get hands-on practice in basic lifesaving techniques so they are prepared to act in a crisis. Participants will also receive helpful tips to make them more confident caregivers. They learn safety precautions and how to understand and deal with children of different ages. Students will also learn about the business aspects of babysitting. To successfully complete the Safe Sitter program, students must pass a rigorous practical and written test to show that they have mastered the key concepts and have the skills necessary to handle an emergency. A great class if you are around younger children or you want to get an introduction to handling medical emergencies.
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