You hope you'll never need to use it, but parents and caregivers are encouraged to learn CPR, just in case.
So what happens after you take the class and you worry what if I need to give CPR someday and I forget what I learned? Here's what's new. A teddy bear for adults to keep their CPR skills sharp. It's called CPR-teddy.
And it's a soft bear that is actually an interactive training tool. A device inside the bear prompts you through age-appropriate CPR for either infants or children. Compressions are counted off by the bear and its bow-tie lights up with a green light if you're pressing at the right pressure or it turns red if you're pushing too hard for that age child. Again it's called the CPR teddy.
For more information go to www.cprteddy.com.