We are a company dedicated to helping you keep your infants and children safe. We do this through our hands-on CPR training and our instructional video, “Saving Baby’s life…when every second counts”. Our training is concentrated on infants and children with thorough practice on mannequins.
Here’s what one mom had to say about the training which sums up who we are.
“Hi Geraldine, your class completely exceeded my expectations! You are so in detail and patient with the whole process. It really was a pleasure, and I will be spreading the word about your class to all of my new mommy connections! Thanks again for running such an amazing program.”
We’ll come to your home and personalize a CPR party to suit your needs. Days, evenings and weekends are available. Classes also offered in Chatham New Jersey.
Our newly updated 17-minute DVD, ” Saving Baby’s Life…When Every Second Counts”in English and Spanish takes viewers step by step on how to save a choking infant, how to perform CPR on infants, and reviews SIDS precautions.
This award winning video educates and empowers parents, family members and all caretakers of infants, Registered nurse, midwife, Certified CPR instructor and owner of Baby Zone & Beyond LLC, Geraldine Hickey, gives parents the tools and confidence to assist any infant (newborn-12 months) in time of danger.
The instructional video takes viewers step by step on how to perform infant CPR, how to save a choking infant and reviews SIDS precaution..
The video won the National Parenting seal of approval and was featured on PIX 11 news.
- Winner of National Parenting seal of approval
- Featured on Fox news, 11
- Featured on WPIX
- Written up on NJ Star Ledger
Giving back is very important to me. I donate 10% of all income from Baby Zone to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Samaritans’ Purse.
- Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20 percent to more than 80 percent since it opened in 1962.
- St. Jude is working to drive the overall survival rate for childhood cancer to 90 percent in the next decade. We won’t stop until no child dies from cancer.