This video shows how to cope if a child suffers cuts or burns.
It follows new research by Elastoplast® which reveals that while 85% of parents think adventure is an important part of their children's lives, many parents do not allow their kids to enjoy new experiences. Parental concerns include fear for their kid's safety (55%) and anxiety around their children's essential life skills.
Available from www.elastoplast.co.uk parents can:
• Prepare for childhood emergencies by downloading 3 short FIRST AID VIDEOS to their PC or mobile phone. Videos include visual demonstrations from a real mum, and first hand advice from St John Ambulance -- cuts and burns; choking and head injuries; resuscitation and recovery position
• Download the KIDS' LIFE SKILLS pack for expert advice and practical activities to help teach their children essential life skills including independence, ingenuity and safety
• Download the BECOME AN ADVENTURER pack for fun filled activities to teach kids aged 6-10 about safety, decision-making, basic first aid and other essential life skills