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Girl Scouts: Learning First Aid Skills

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Kelli Hillerman

on 20 April 2015

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Girl Scouts: Learning First Aid Skills

It can be scary if someone is sick or hurt, especially during an emergency. But, when you've learned basic first aid skills and have practiced what to do, it's easier to stay calm and help someone who may be ill or injured.
How can I help?
REMEMBER:
Never put yourself in danger
when you're trying to help someone else.
Injured or sick people often get help from many people. First, someone might provide first aid at the scene (like YOU!). Then, first responders arrive to provide care. After that, the injured are often taken to a hospital emergency room where doctors and nurses provide more care.

Learn Steps to Take in an Emergency
If the area is safe, check the injured person
to see what's wrong. Then call 911 or ask an adult for help.
Step 2:
C
ALL
Step 3:
C
ARE
Once you've called for help, you can offer to help the injured person by giving basic first aid care.


Before rushing to help someone, make sure the area is safe. That means there's no heavy traffic, no fire, no power lines down, or other dangerous situations nearby.
Step 1:
C
HECK
What are the 3 Steps in Helping Someone who is Sick or Hurt?
1. CHECK
2. CALL
3. CARE
Talk to
First Responders
to Learn More
Doctors & Nurses
First Responders
YOU
You are part of the chain of survival!!
Make a Portable
First Aid Kit
Portable first aid kits help you be prepared to treat a minor injury no matter where you are. Make a small kit that you can use away from home.
Find Out How to Handle Urgent First Aid Issues
Allergic Reactions
Asthma Attacks
Animal Bites

Choking

Becoming a leader is full of adventures, and it's always best to be prepared for anything that could happen along the way. Your first aid skills will help you live the Girl Scout motto as you Take Action to make the world a better place.
The 3 Cs
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