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Our next Virtual DARE Class will be held on 19th February 2022! Registrations are open now!

Keen to learn more about CPR and the use of AED? Come and join us in our virtual classes which will be happening on 19th February and 21st February 2022! Registrations are now open!

*Classes will be held on:

  1. 19th February, 9.30am – 10.30am
  2. 21st February 20221, 12pm – 1pm

Simply click this link <https://tinyurl.com/b7wvajve> to register for a class now! Limited seats are available! Please note that registrations will close one week before the date of the class and a zoom link will be sent to you separately via your email.

For an organization or group with more than 10 participants who wish to organise an online DARE class, simply click this link <https://tinyurl.com/yxp7dmgh> and we will get in touch with you.

And also, do lookout for more updates on our virtual DARE schedules on our DARE website. #daretosaveaheart

Man saved from cardiac arrest thanks to the quick response of SMRT station manager Mr Xam Tan Ying Hao, Dr Lee Wei Sheng, and Mr Kelvin Tan Jiong Hao!

While Mr Jway Boon Seng was traveling on the MRT, he suffered a cardiac arrest. Alerted by a call for help, SMRT Station Manager Mr Xam Tan Ying Hao quickly brought Mr Jway out of the train with help of a few other passengers. Together with him, Dr Lee Wei Sheng and Mr Kelvin Tan Jiong Hao performed CPR and used an AED until the ambulance arrived. Thanks to their efforts, Mr Jway survived!

Thank you to Mr Xam Tan Ying Hao, Dr Lee Wei Sheng, and Mr Kelvin Tan Jiong Hao for stepping up to DARE to save a heart!

Keen to learn about CPR and the use of AED, come and join us in our DARE virtual training for 2022! Registrations are open now!Simply click this link <https://tinyurl.com/b7wvajve> to register for a class now! Limited seats are available! Please note that registrations will close one week before the date of the class and a zoom link will be sent to you separately via your email.

Source: Singapore Civil Defence Force

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Swedish Emergency services dispatched a drone carrying a defibrillator to help save an elderly man who had suffered a cardiac arrest!

Upon receiving a call that a 71-year-old man had suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed outside his home, Swedish emergency services immediately dispatched a drone carrying a defibrillator and an ambulance to his aid. The drone took about 3 and 1 half minutes to arrive at the location. Coincidentally, a doctor, Mustafa Ali who was driving past and stopped, and began performing CPR and used the AED to save the man’s life. Thanks to their efforts, the man survived!

Thank you to the swift response of the Swedish Emergency services and Mustafa Ali for helping to save a heart!

Keen to learn about CPR and the use of AED, come and join us in our DARE virtual training for 2022 starting on the 15th January! Registrations are open now! Simply click this link <https://tinyurl.com/b7wvajve> to register for a class now! Limited seats are available! Please note that registrations will close one week before the date of the class and a zoom link will be sent to you separately via your email.

Source: The Straits Times

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Thank you, Darryl Lee, Dr Cheong and Ms Wong Lay Hoon for helping to save a heart! 

As Bukit View Secondary Student Darryl Lee was on his way home, he received a notification from the myResponder App about an incident nearby. Immediately, he responded to the scene and found other first responders helping a man who had suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed. The other first responders were Dr Bernard Cheong and Ms Wong Lay Hoon who were alerted to the incident by the passerby. Together, they took turns to continue CPR with the help of a young man and a young woman. After which, Dr Cheong used the Automated External Defibrillator on the man while instructing Darryl to assist with the administering of the oxygen supply from the clinic. Thank to their efforts, they were all awarded the Community Lifesaver Award by SCDF!

Thank you, Darryl Lee, Dr Cheong, and Ms Wong Lay Hoon for your efforts to help DARE to save a heart.

If you are keen to learn about CPR and the use of AED, come and join us in our DARE virtual training for 2022 starting on the 15th January! Registrations are open now! Simply click this link <https://tinyurl.com/b7wvajve> to register for a class now! Limited seats are available! Please note that registrations will close one week before the date of the class and a zoom link will be sent to you separately via your email.

Source : The Straits Times

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Our Virtual Classes for 2022 is out now!

Are you keen to learn more about CPR and the use of AED? Come and join us in our first DARE virtual training for 2022 starting on the 15th January 2022!

*Classes will be held on:

  1. 15th January, 9.30am – 10.30am
  2. 17th January, 12pm – 1pm
  3. 19th February, 9.30am – 10.30am
  4. 21st February 20221, 12pm – 1pm

Registrations are now OPEN!! Simply click this link <https://tinyurl.com/b7wvajve> to register for a class now! Limited seats are available! Please note that registrations will close one week before the date of the class and a zoom link will be sent to you separately via your email.

For an organization or group with more than 10 participants who wish to organise an online DARE class, simply click this link <https://tinyurl.com/yxp7dmgh> and we will get in touch with you.

And also, do lookout for more updates on our virtual DARE schedules on our DARE website.

<https://daretosave.sg/>. #daretosaveaheart

 

 

 

 

Our next Virtual DARE class will be happening on 18th December 2021!

Are you keen to learn more about CPR and the use of AED? Come and join us in our December virtual DARE training which will be held on the 18th and 20th December 2021!

Registrations are open now! Simply click this link <https://tinyurl.com/b7wvajve> to register for a class now! Limited seats are available! Please note that registrations will close one week before the date of the class and a zoom link will be sent to you separately via your email.

For an organization or group with more than 10 participants who wish to organise an online DARE class, simply click this link <https://tinyurl.com/yxp7dmgh> and we will get in touch with you.

And also, do lookout for more updates on our virtual DARE schedules on our DARE website.

<https://daretosave.sg/>. #daretosaveaheart

 Our Virtual Classes for November and December are now open for registration!

If you are keen to learn more about CPR and the use of AED, come and join us in our virtual classes!

*Classes will be held on the following dates and timings:

  1. Saturday, 20th November 2021, 9.30 am – 10.30 am
  2. Monday, 22nd November 2021, 12 pm – 1 pm
  3. Saturday, 18th December 2021. 9.30 am – 10.30 am
  4. Monday, 20th December 2021. 12pm – 1pm

You can register simply by clicking this link <https://tinyurl.com/b7wvajve>. Please note that registrations will close one week before the date of the class and a zoom link will be sent to you separately via your email.

For an organization or group with more than 10 participants who wish to organise an online DARE class, simply click this link <https://tinyurl.com/yxp7dmgh> and we will get in touch with you.

For more information about virtual DARE schedules, do check out our DARE website <https://daretosave.sg/>. #daretosaveaheart

Did you catch us this morning on “The XX Files with Jasmin Jonkers”?

If you have missed this morning’s interview with CNA938, you can catch the reply tonight at 8 pm! In this interview, Dr Jade Kua shared more about her role as a Programme Director in our DARE Programme! #daretosaveaheart

For more information about our DARE Programme, do check out our DARE Website at https://daretosave.sg/.

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Air Force Engineers ME2 Danny Nah and ME1 Emerson Low were presented Letters of Recognition for saving a life!

When ME2 Danny Nah and ME1 Emerson Low were performing aircraft maintenance, they witnessed a man collapsed. They immediately stepped forward and assisted the man. They performed CPR and the use of AED on him until medical help arrived. Thanks to their efforts, the man’s life was saved!

Thank you to ME2 Danny and ME1 Emerson for stepping up to help save a heart!

To learn more information about CPR and AED, come and join us in our DARE virtual classes! Classes schedule and timings can be found in our free DARE- LEARN CPR app! Download our DARE app now! #daretosaveaheart

Source: The Republic of Singapore Air Force

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Mindfulness and CPR: Part Three – The Mental Health Continuum

Last week, in Part Two of our Mindfulness and CPR series, we shared you on the bystander effect and how do we tackle it.

In Part Three of this series, we will learn more about the psychological trauma of witnessing a resuscitation and what we can do about it.

To learn more information about CPR and AED, come and join us in our DARE virtual classes! Classes schedule and timings can be found in our free DARE- LEARN CPR app! Download our DARE app now! #daretosaveaheart

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