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Sarah Hunstead

Sarah Hunstead started CPR Kids because as a paediatric nurse knows that what a parent or carer does to help their sick or injured child in the minutes before an ambulance arrives, can directly impact the health outcome of their child.

Sarah realised that a little knowledge, and confidence to act, could make all the difference. So Sarah set out to empower every adult to be able to respond in an emergency, and know they have done everything they could do in the moment.

Today, a team of over 20 paediatric nurses help Sarah on this mission. We have now held thousands of classes, and receive calls and messages every week saying that our classes have helped make a difference in the lives of families around Australia.


Articles written by Sarah
The Australian Sun can be harsh, and it is no secret that not protecting yourself from its rays can be extremely dangerous and damaging.
Amid the COVID-19 panic, many people are suffering due to shortages of basic necessities, and resorting to alternatives where possible (flushable wipes, anyone?) Desperate parents who are unable to purchase baby or child paracetamol/ibuprofen, are reportedly crushing adult pain relief tablets, to give to their baby or child instead. This is extremely dangerous and is not an appropriate...
Fever is incredibly common in children. Having an understanding of why children (and adults) can develop a fever is important. There are many myths about fever, the number one being that a fever is the actual illness.
The dreaded hour your child wakes up in the middle of the night with vomit in their sheets and hair. You know things will only get worse for a few days. Perhaps some diarrhoea to follow, and the fear that the whole household will become infected. It can become extremely concerning when your child cannot tolerate food or drinks due to highly infectious vomiting and diarrhoea.  Usually caused...
When the warm weather arrives, it is second nature for us to get the kids into the great outdoors and enjoy the sunshine. Parks, beaches, pools, or even just the sprinkler in the backyard, water is an integral part of the quintessential Australian summer.
Hand, foot and mouth disease is a common viral illness in children and is usually mild. That being said, its appearance can still alarm parents and children, and it can cause quite a bit of discomfort.
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