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Parsons and Cummings donate a MIKEY

A lifesaving MIKEY defibrillator was donated to Timberlane Athletic Club in Aurora, Ontario, by Cal, Angie, Kim and Andrea Parsons on behalf of Parsons & Cummings Limited.

We want to thank them for their continued support!

Continuous Chest Compression CPR  is a hands-only (No mouth -to-mouth) CPR method that doubles a person’s chance of surviving cardiac arrest!  This fantastic video put out by The University of Arizona School of Medicine’s Sarver Heart Center, teaches you how to use this method of CPR.

In the video, you learn Continuous Chest Compression CPR from Gordon A. Ewy, MD, and Karl Kern, MD, the physician researchers who developed this new approach to CPR.

PLEASE take 6 quick minutes to watch.  It can save a life!

The Mikey Network, Heathwood Homes, and  Two Men And A Truck, joined forces for our 2011 charity toy drive.  In the end, we donated 1000 toys!  The CTV Toy Mountain toy drive benefitted the Salvation Army.

We want to thank all of the Mikey Network, Heathwood Homes, & Two Men And A Truck customers, suppliers and supporters, for making the Toy Mountain toy drive such a success. 1000 toys made A LOT of children very happy!

Tom Hayes from City News Toronto, reports on the quick thinking teachers at Silverhorn Collegiate Highschool that used a MIKEY to save a 17 year old student.

The MIKEY was placed at the school through our Mikey’s Young At Heart School Defibrillator Program.

Part 1 (5:30 Newscast)

Part 2 (6:00 Newscast)

Sharon McConnell and Sean King Save Student's Life with a MIKEY AED

Silverthorn Collegiate teachers Sharon McConnell and Sean King saved a student’s life with a MIKEY.

In an amazing case of serendipity, Sean King was teaching his 9th Grade class CPR, when he noticed fellow teacher Sharon McConnell cradling a Grade 12 basketball player whose heart had stopped.

The two teachers used a MIKEY defibrillator and CPR to restore the teen’s pulse before emergency crews arrived.  The young man is currently recovering.

The Toronto Star reports Toronto’s Emergency Medical Services has nominated both teachers as well as hall monitor Linda Armstrong and vice-principal Tim Brethour for EMS Citizens’ awards for quick thinking in fetching the defibrillator, calling 911 and delaying the bell between classes so emergency crews could wheel out the stretcher without having to battle crowds.

Read the full Toronto Star story here.

You can see video of City News coverage of the story here:
Teachers at Silverthorn Collegiate Institute helped save the life of a student with a MIKEY.

Hero teachers save student's life with a MIKEY

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Mikey Network has placed 120 defibrillators in schools through our Mikey Young At Heart School Defibrillator Program

Photo Credit: Toronto Star SUPPLIED PHOTOS