What is a Regional Response Manager?

The term “regional response manager” (RRM) always seems to warrant a follow-up definition – probably because our team was the first to coin the term! At this moment in time, I have yet to perfect the briefest, coolest, and most professional explanation, but I’ll do my best here. My description an RRM starts off by stating that I help make kids Read more about What is a Regional Response Manager?[…]

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Why First Aid and CPR Training is Important in Schools

Accidents can happen at any time or place, including at school. We can’t always control when or how they happen, but we can control how we respond to and prevent them. When you have first aid knowledge, you’re able to respond to an incident with greater confidence and, in turn, greater care. This is especially Read more about Why First Aid and CPR Training is Important in Schools[…]

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How to Protect Your Student at an Unprepared School

When a school teams up with Joffe Emergency Services, every aspect of their school safety improves. An entire team, both in our organization and theirs, is practicing, preparing, and implementing safety standards to keep the campus safe in any type of emergency, from an active shooter to an 8.4 earthquake. But what if your child’s school Read more about How to Protect Your Student at an Unprepared School[…]

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Cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder by Changing Your Home

For people with seasonal affective disorder (SAD), thinking about spending long days and nights at home in the fall and winter can be dreadful. While others without SAD look forward to sitting on the couch reading a book while the snow blows outside, you may find yourself wishing that you were in a more temperate Read more about Cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder by Changing Your Home[…]

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