SafetySmart-2: How to Get Emergency Help

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“Think of the LifeSmart Curriculum as a crash course on how to live with other people on planet Earth…a Life 101.” -Randy Alpern, Life Skills Instructor

Teach social skills & make sure your students know what to do if an accident occurs and how to contact authorities for help in case of an emergency.

This program teaches students when it’s an emergency; what community agency to contact; and how to explain their immediate situation to authorities. This program also alerts students to the accessibility of free medical information.

Part 4: How to Use Fire Department Resources

Teaches students basic home fire safety and when and how to call 911. Also identifies the variety of fire department services, and fire extinguisher/smoke detector use & maintenance. Segments include:

  • Identifying Fire department services
  • When to call the Fire Department
  • How/when to call 911
  • Smoke detector use/maintenance
  • Common home fire hazards
  • Basic fire safety tips
  • And more!

Part 5: How to Contact and Interact With Police

Teaches the dos and don’ts of interacting with the police, how the police can help in non-emergencies; cooperating with law enforcement; and contacting 911 successfully. Segments include:

  • Police department’s function in the community
  • Developing a positive attitude toward the police
  • Interacting with police officers
  • How/when to call 911
  • Responding to emergency situations
  • Understanding police arrests
  • And more!

Part 6: How to Access Free Health Care

Teaches how to recognize when medical care is needed and how to receive health care even without money for services. Students will also learn about various ER services and will be given first aid tips. Segments include:

  • Common medical emergencies
  • Emergency room services
  • When to go to the Emergency room
  • Non-emergency health-care services
  • Appropriate behavior for responding to medical emergencies
  • Using a first aid kit
  • Preventative health-care action plans

Part 7: How to Get Help From a Pharmacy

Teaches how to use the pharmacist as a health consultant and provides information about over-the-counter vs. prescription drugs. Segments include:

  • Pharmacy services
  • Legal drugs vs. illegal drugs
  • Prescription drugs vs. over-the-counter drugs
  • Getting prescription filled
  • Using the pharmacist as free community health care consultant
  • And more!




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