What kind of First Aid Superhero will you be?

Capes and superpowers don’t always define a hero. Sometimes knowing and using simple but powerful skills can save a life, especially when it comes to first aid. What kind of First Aid Superhero will you be?

Andy Channelle
Created by Andy Channelle
On Oct 21, 2015

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Captain Compassion

Captain Compassion

You’re there as a shoulder to lean on and make others feel at ease during stressful times. People feel comfortable around you because you can relate to them. This in is an important part of first aid during emergencies because many people can become panicked and scared. To keep your powers strong, take a first aid course [link] and support first aid training in your local community.

Commander Confident

Commander Confident

You know what to do and aren’t afraid to act! You are reassuring to be around because you can think quick on your feet, making a real difference in emergencies. Getting trained in first aid is a great way to build confidence and become prepared to jump in when needed. Encourage others to do the same and support first aid training in your local community.

Super SpeedAce

Super SpeedAce

You are fast and effective, which is very important when faced with little time to act. You don’t waste time when others need your help and accomplish a lot. Most lives are saved by local people like you before first responders arrive at an emergency scene. Keep up the great work and make sure to take a first aid course to stay on top of your skills and encourage others to do the same in your community.

VersatileVega

VersatileVega

You are flexible and adaptable, always prepared with a plan B! Sometimes in emergencies, you have to be creative to deliver help quickly and safely. You can handle stress well and solve problems when someone gets hurt, making a great hero! Taking a first aid training course and supporting first aid training in your community can help save lives, too.