We are delighted to have agreed an exclusive partnership with our friends at leading First Aid brand, Mini First Aid

Mini First Aid provide Multi Award winning Baby & Child First Aid classes for parents, grandparents and carers.  

In these First Aid pages, Mini First Aid wanted to provide our Members with content, advice and guidance on how to deal with some of the first aid challenges that new parents hopefully never have to face, but that unfortunately some might have to.

Mumandbabyonline thoroughly recommend that our Members consider booking a Mini First Aid class – you can book one of their online classes, a public class at a local venue or a private class at home.  
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Mini First Aid offers a range of classes across the UK for all the family; parents, grandparents, carers and for children as young as three years old, training them in basic and life-saving first aid.   

They deliver their classes in a relaxed and comfortable style and give you confidence to know what actions to take if faced with a medical emergency

About Mini First Aid

Mum of six, Kate Ball set up Mini First Aid in January 2014, offering quality baby & child first aid classes to parents and carers.  Kate saw the potential for growth and started recruiting trainers across the UK. Today, Mini First Aid train over 1000 families each week and have recently featured on Dragons’ Den, securing investment from Sara Davies MBE.

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Dealing with a baby who is choking

Choking is a major concern for parents. In a recent Mini First Aid survey,  over 60% told us that choking is their number one fear. This is a particular focus around the time you are weaning your baby. 



How to perform CPR

There are many reasons for a little one to stop breathing and their heart stop beating. Adults tend to have a cardiac event meaning the heart is not functioning. Children tend to have respiratory compromise therefore breathing is affected. 


What is a febrile seizure?

A febrile seizure is a fit, which is caused by a child having a fever (a raised temperature as a result of an infection of some sort).