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First Aid Prepareness remote/online instructor

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ORGANIZATION: KIDNEYS QUEST FOUNDATION INC

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This assignment is to lead an online/remote basic first aid preparedness class. Providing preparedness and assessment to assist someone with an emergency situation. May include preparedness for disasters, weather, and travel; safety/go packs and first aid supplies for home or car.

Time commitment: Once a Month

4th Friday of the Month

2022 Dates- Jun 24, Jul 22, Aug 26, Sept, 23, Oct 28, Nov 25, Dec 23

2023 Dates-Jan 27, Feb 24, Mar 24, Apr 28, May 26, Jun 23

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About KIDNEYS QUEST FOUNDATION INC

Location:

1058 N MACLAY AVE, SAN FERNANDO, CA 91340, US

Mission Statement

Kidneys Quest Foundation, Inc. is an outreach organization dedicated to families and individuals with kidney disorders and those in need of kidney transplants. The foundation is designed to help people focus on building inner strength and learning how to take action to manage their health condition. KQF is committed to educating and providing people with knowledge about the choices that are available. The goal of KQF is to support and direct kidney patients when they feel they don’t know how to get to that next step and to alleviate some of the fears and stress of living with a kidney disease. Kidneys Quest Foundation works in several areas: •

Description

Kidneys Quest Foundation (KQF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping renal disease patients and their families deal with the challenges of chronic kidney disease, dialysis and kidney transplants.

KQF's goals are

(1) Education and Information, including speakers’ programs, educational materials, monthly support meetings with kidney fitness exercises for patients, and a variety of consultation services on everything from health record management to renal diets to dialysis and kidney disease support services;

(2) Transplant List Qualification and Support, to assist patients in all stages of the process to qualify for a kidney transplant and how to move up on transplant wait lists;

(3) How to Be a Live Kidney Donor, helping patients, families and the general public learn more about how they can become a live donor for kidney transplants;

(4) Community Outreach, with 10-15 community-based events each year;

(5) Dialysis Center Outreach, helping support 75-100 dialysis units in Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego Counties (with telephone support for Oakland and San Francisco);

(6) Meet and Greet Programs, which include activities based at dialysis centers, hospitals, schools and health care events in the community; and

(7) Emergency Backpack Distribution Program, distributing emergency backpack kits to kidney patients - to help them survive in a natural disaster.

CAUSE AREAS

Community
Disaster Relief
Emergency & Safety
Community, Disaster Relief, Emergency & Safety

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Teaching / Instruction
  • First Aid / CPR
  • Safety & Disaster Education
  • Adult Education
  • Healthcare

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • Zoom session is 1 hour. Prep/set up time varies.
  • Experience with first aid required. Zoom experience and equipment to conduct sessions.

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