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Mikey Network President Eva Naumovski was on Canada AM this morning speaking with journalist Beverly Thomson about our Mikey Young At Heart app. Eva talked about how our new app helps remove the fear of using a defibrillator and makes people feel more comfortable using the device in the event of a cardiac emergency.

Not only does the app educate, it also allows Ontario high school students to earn the volunteer hours they need to graduate. The Mikey Young At Heart app will teach thousands of students CPR/AED, making them more confident to use an AED or administer CPR, should the need ever arise.

If you missed the segment, check it out below.


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We are very excited about the Mikey Young At Heart App. Now we want to tell as many people about it as possible. Teaching high school students how to use a defibrillator will make them more comfortable using one should the need arise, and may even prepare them to save a life.

Over the next few months you’ll see the Mikey Young At Heart App on TV and while you’re waiting for the next subway train, hear about it on the radio, and read about it in magazines and newspapers.

We want to thank the following media companies for helping us spread the word about Mikey Young At Heart.

  • CTV
  • 680 News
  • The Fan 590
  • Pattison Outdoor- (TTC Subway Station TV Screens)
  • OutFront Media (Transit Shelters)
  • Mississauga News
  • Brampton Guardian
  • The Auroran
  • King Weekly
  • New Tecumseth
  • Caledon Enterprise
  • HomeFinder Magazine
  • South Asian Focus
  • Today’s Homes & Condos
  • Epoch Times
  • New Condo Guide
  • Condo Life Magazine
  • Homes Magazine
  • ReproArt
  • DB Audio

Your generous support is helping us get the word out, and helping The Beat Go On. recently featured our Mikey Young At Heart App in their many local newspapers:

Are you a high school student looking to complete your 40 hours of volunteer time?

The Mikey Network, though the Mikey Young At Heart program, is now offering teens an opportunity to log those community service hours, while also learning how to do CPR and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) at the same time.

Read the rest of the article below:

High school students can get volunteer hours with The Mikey Network while learning CRP and using automated external defibrillators

Terrific news! Another life has been Saved By A Mikey!

Last Friday, January 15, 2016, at Agincourt High School, a 72 year old man collapsed between Badminton games. He unfortunately went into cardiac arrest, but luckily, a MIKEY AED was on hand.

Bystanders applied the MIKEY and began CPR. The Fire Department and Advanced Care Paramedic crew arrived and continued compressions. At the end of 2 minutes of CPR, a pulse was detected. Our latest Mikey Save is doing well. He says he is happy to be alive and is thankful for those that helped him.

This MIKEY was placed at the school as part of our Mikey Young At Heart Program. This makes 31 lives that have now been Saved By A Mikey! That’s why it’s so important to place AEDs in as many public places as possible. We want to make sure this life-saving device is available should the need arise.