Our vision is to be the preeminent learning center to provide physicians, nurses, allied healthcare providers and emergency personnel with the cognitive and psychomotor skills necessary for resuscitating and stabilizing the critically ill or injured infant or child. Our goal, with respect to delivering kids safely to the other side of childhood, is to provide professional development opportunities for participants that teach the basic and advanced life support techniques for infants and children recommended by the American Heart Association, and to be progressive in anticipating and providing future learning services to our community. For more information contact: LifeSupportClasses childrens. These include personnel in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care and critical care units such as physicians, nurses, paramedics and others who need PALS certification for their job.
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Pediatric Advanced Life Support
What is PALS? Much like a coffee club, activity group or senior center, participants at the PALS program can connect and create new friendships with other people on similar life journeys while being cared for in a licensed community care facility. PALS encourages independence and living life to the fullest through engaging activities, purpose-filled service projects and laughter. With a staff ratio of one staff for eight participants we provide a safe and secure environment for our participants to maintain an active social lifestyle. Program Qualifications.