DDLS Training for Individual and Families with Disabilities
Learn how EMS providers are trained to handle your loved one in the event of an emergency, so you can be prepared, too. This presentation is provided at no cost to participants Linda McQuaid RN, EMT-P is presenting DDLS (Disability Life Support Training) Training for Individuals and Families with Disabilities.
MARCH 22, 6 – 8 PM at RESA8 Conference Room Bldg 108 College St Martinsburg, WV. Adapted for individuals & families with disabilities.
Originally designed for EMS and First Responders, the Developmental Disability Life Support (DDLS) training was first presented in 2011. It was designed to improve the knowledge of developmental disabilities and enhance the skills utilized by EMS providers when caring for developmentally disabled individuals. How will your loved one respond when an ambulance arrives in the event of an emergency? More info: Laura Tulman (304) 267-3593