App alerts you when someone in your neighborhood needs CPR. People make a difference not the government when people need help

You too can be a hero and save a life. The app PulsePoint will notify you when someone near year need’s CPR.

I’ve written about the need and benefits for people to respond to medical and first aid emergencies. See You don’t need an engine to get to the hospital, and you may live if you don’t rely on one. Getting help may be better than getting there. Now there is an App to do that. PulsePoint is an app that does that; it notifies you if someone needs CPR that is close to you.

After downloading the app to your phone you pick the fire district where you live. The biggest issue is the few numbers of fire districts that have signed on; only one in Colorado. Once you have signed on, you will be notified if you are within a close area where someone needs CPR in any of the districts that have signed up.

Even if you don’t live anywhere near a fire district that is signed up, if you travel, you should still download the app.  I’ll be in three of the fire districts that are available in the next couple of months.

Read the article In one Colorado community, a smartphone app might save a life. Then contact your fire-protection district and community leaders and encourage them to become part of the program.

There are thousands of you out there who have the training, have the experience and have the desire to help. Get the app, PulsePoint, and get involved. You too can save a life.

To learn how one community jumped on board see In one Colorado community, a smartphone app might save a life

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One Comment on “App alerts you when someone in your neighborhood needs CPR. People make a difference not the government when people need help”

  1. crewfordc says:

    Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – a life-saving technique – “pumping” the chest cavity to simulate the heart’s pumping and keep blood flowing until medical help arrives.

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