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Family First Aid Kit


We are obsessed with these first aid kits!

Gone are the days where you spend half the time fishing around a giant bag or tool box sized kit trying to find something. This is the last thing you need to happen in an emergency.... here is everything you need- put into neat little colour coded modules which are injury specific! This is precisely what a busy parent (or person!!) needs in an often overwhelming situation.

And if that wasn't enough, the modules are actually attached to the kit bag via velcro, so you can just take them out and use them as you need. For example, just pull out the "cuts and grazes" module and throw it in the pram when you head out and about to the playgrounds. Chuck the "snake bite" module in your bag for those bush hikes. It's completely genius.

The modules can also be ordered individually if you wanted extra to keep in the pram, bag or glove-box.

Thanks to their soft pack design- these kits are perfect for the home and the car. They easily slide under the front car seats. They can also be easily wiped clean, because lets be honest- there is not a lot happening that is "clean and tidy" when you are needing to use a first aid kit.

Australian designed and made by our friends at Aero Healthcare. 


Face to Face:

  • The main reasons Australian children present to the Emergency Department.
  • Baby and child resuscitation (DRSABCD/CPR) including AED training.
  • Choking
  • Life threatening bleeding
  • Drowning
  • Car Safety
  • Head injury
  • Burns
  • Allergy & Anaphylaxis
  • Respiratory Distress and how to recognise this in infants especially.
  • Croup
  • Fever
  • Convulsions/Seizures
  • Q & A

Online modules:

  • Bleeding
  • Bites & Stings
  • Poisons
  • Medications
  • Fractures & Dislocations

Yes! Absolutely! We also want breastfeeding mothers to feel as comfortable as possible feeding their baby during the workshop. Please let us know if you require an extra chair or foot stool.

All public courses are run at the Fullarton Park Community Centre.

All Safe Sprouts workshops are run by highly experienced Registered Paramedics, with additional qualifications in Child Restraints and Safe Sleep Education.

Not only do your educators have experience treating first hand the things you are learning about, but they all have significant backgrounds in clinical education.

How confident you would feel in providing CPR to your child after one of our workshops is something we take very seriously. This is why we have invested in the top of the range Laerdal QCPR feedback manikins.

You will each receive:

  • 1 baby manikin (4 month old equivalent)
  • 1 child manikin (4 year old equivalent)

Before the workshop begins, you will download an app on your phone. During the practical components of your workshop, your manikins will bluetooth to the app on your phone, and give you direct feedback on the quality of your compressions and rescue breaths, and how you can improve.