Students are the ideal “health ambassadors” as they are quick to learn and readily embrace the role of “teacher” as they pay forward their new life-saving by teaching friends and family. Lauren’s Law was enacted in July of 2014 that requires all Illinois high schools to provide CPR and AED education to all students prior to graduation. ILHR, in an effort to relieve the financial and educational burden for the high schools, created CPR training toolkits as well as provided CPR training materials for all schools through the Regional Offices of Education in the Illinois State Board of Education. Please see the attached support materials as well as Artie the Angry Heart video that is available in English, Spanish, Polish, Mandarin, Cantonese and Hindi.
Play this simple and fun for clues on how to save a life!
This is your declaration that you will learn the steps necessary to save someone's life, and will take action when you witness someone who needs help.