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Child Care Rebate Program

Childcare Rebate Program in California
Reimbursement Program for Childcare Providers and Childcare Center Staff

Every County in California from Alameda County to Yuba County has state-funded childcare resource
and referral (R&R) program that provides information about childcare. Each County has a program that
will reimburse childcare providers for a portion of the cost of the Pediatric First Aid and CPR required by
state licensing. The reimbursement arrangements differ from County to County. There are several
resources to find out about reimbursement programs in California.

California Child Care Resources & Referral Network

Go to California Child Care Resources & Referral Network website at

  • Click “R&R in Every County” button at top of page
  • Click “Parents”
  • Click “Find Child Care in California”
  • Click County you are inquiring about. Some Counties have a link to their childcare site . . . but not all.

Childcare Connection 1-800-KIDS-793

To find the resources that serve your community, call Childcare Connection at 1-800-KIDS-793.

On this toll-free number, information specialists provide general childcare information and refer parents
to local, states-funded childcare resource and referral programs. Callers have an option of entering their
five-digit zip code and getting automated information or speaking with an information specialist.
Information is provided in English and Spanish.

Top 5 Reasons to Learn CPR

  1. Well 2 years is a long time, and over that time you may have forgotten something that will help you to act and know exactly what to do in the event of an emergency.
  2. The American Heart Association is constantly updating its rules and regulations about how to perform the service more efficiently to save more lives at a better rate.
  3. Say for instance you needed cpr certification for your job but something happened at home with your grandpa at Thanksgiving dinner, well its more likely that you will save someone you know than not because,  80% or all cardiac arrests happen at home.
  4. Over 200,000 people die of cardiac arrest every year, and 50,000 of those lives could have been saved, so with more people understanding the numbers like these  they will be more conscientious of how and why to act;
    • Only 6.4% of cardiac arrests victims survive because of people witnessing the incident or do not know cpr. Or once the heart stops beating, brain death occurs in 4 to 6 minutes.
    • Performing CPR provides oxygen to the brain and other vital organs to give the victim the best chance of full recovery after EMS takes over. If CPR is given within the first four minutes of a cardiac arrest, the chances of survival double.
  5.  Most untrained bystanders hesitate to help a cardiac arrest victim., so whats happening here is that you don’t know cpr like its second nature, so you elect to not perform the procedure at all, and that leads to more deaths an it could be your loved ones.

Who Needs Cpr Certification?

Hospitals require medical personal to be CPR certified.

cpr-certification-inglewoodMedical personnel like doctors, nurses and laboratory technicians may be required to perform CPR in the course of their duties. Human resource personnel, secretaries, maintenance personnel and other non medical employees would seldom need the skills but may be required to have CPR skills. (BLS) for the Health Care Provider Care Giver
Medical personnel must maintain advanced CPR skills, which includes the use of basic equipment and how to do two-man CPR. Non medical personnel could maintain CPR certification at a basic level. AED instruction may be required as a part of the CPR certification process.
Law Enforcement and Firefighters (BLS)

Police, sheriffs, firefighters, emergency medical technicians (EMT) and first responders must maintain CPR certification. EMT’s and first responders need advanced CPR skills. Basic skills may be sufficient for law enforcement and regular firefighters. (Heartsaver w First Aid) and or (BLS)

Medical and Dental Offices (BLS)

Nursing Students, Nurses, Certified Nurse Assistant – CNA’s,
CNA Students (BLS)

Personal Trainer – Fitness Trainer (Heartsaver)

Like hospitals, all medical personnel in a doctor’s office must know how to perform advanced CPR. Office personnel, while less likely to perform CPR, may be still be required to maintain a basic CPR certification. Most offices will likely have an AED on premise, and employees must know how to use it. (BLS)

Dentists and dental assistants are required to know and maintain CPR certification. While dental offices may seldom have a need for CPR skills, some dental procedures could cause a patient to experience a cardiac arrest. Dental office staff may not be required to maintain CPR skills. (BLS)

Flight attendants may need to respond to a medical emergency while in the air. The flight attendant cannot guarantee there will be trained medical professionals on board to respond, so the flight attendants must maintain CPR and first aid skills. AED’s are common equipment in airports and on planes, and flight attendants are required to know how to use one. (Heartsaver w First Aid)

Jail and prison personnel are often required to maintain CPR certification. In the event of an emergency, medical staff may not be immediately available, and guards or other staff may need to respond until medical support arrives. (Heartsaver w First Aid)

Schools, most states require public school teachers and day care workers to maintain CPR certification. If a student or teacher is injured, a teacher can respond to the emergency until medical assistance arrives. (Heartsaver w First Aid)

Pools and Beaches Lifeguards must maintain CPR skills. Drowning victims may require CPR, and a lifeguard with CPR skills can respond appropriately to the emergency. (Heartsaver w First Aid)

Baby Sitting – Babysetters – Nannies (Heartsaver w First Aid)
see Pediatric CPR

Still Not Sure, Please Call: (310) 946-2533

No Pre-requisites

When you choose to do a cpr course with G Medical Cpr everything you need to know will be covered on the day of the course. When you confirm your first aid course booking, you will receive access american heart association manual manual. This can be used for personal study and as a cpr /first aid reference.

G Medical CPR training is open to everyone. There are no prerequisites or previous experience required. We do ask students under 14 years of age to provide written statement from a parent or guardian granting them permission to attend the course.

G Medical Cpr

 “Don’t Think Twice, Save a Life”

That’s our motto here at G Medical CPR, we train you to the point where  Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) comes second nature. At a moments notice, someone’s life could be in your hands. This procedure has saved many lives over the years  and thats why it is mandatory to be certified regularly. Here at G Medical CPR, we want to make sure you actually realize how serious this is , when you take our class you will be assured to know exactly how to react when that moment comes.