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Little girl with heart disease, please help

she is 7 and she has some type of heart disease . and i want to baby sit her but my parents say it is to much responsability. i am 15 . i consider my self responsible. i have a part time job. i do all the chores in the house. and i have babby sitted a little boy with cerbal palsey. does any one know how i can look forr first aid or cpr classes on the internet. or if any hospital gives them. i live in san jose , california i just found out that the little girl was operated when she was a baby.
Thu, 10 Dec 2009
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IMO, it must not be too problemental, or the parents would not be wishing to leave her while they go out, no? I agree with the first poster, get educated on Pediatric CPR. They may have shared this information with you just in passing, or it may be problematic. The only way to know for sure is to talk to her parents, or have her parents and your parents get together and make sure it's a good match. I mean, my grandmother is 89 and has congestive heart failure, and now that she's stable, it's not problematic in the least. Best of luck!
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