Listen for Just 40 Seconds and You Could Save a Baby’s Life
Nobody really wants to think about what happens if their child is choking, but they should. With culprits from food to small toys belonging to big brother and sister within access for curious little ones, anything that can fit into their mouths can lead to risk.
These small items – here termed The Chokeables by St. John Ambulance – are tired of being responsible for the fears of parents. They're sharing advice and info to help avoid choking situations, plus tips on what to do if the unthinkable happens.
Have you ever dealt with a choking baby or toddler? Make sure you share this information with other parents!