Why Handwashing and Self-care is Powerful and Timeless

KarynChildhood, children, community, Cough, Parents, prevention, Sickness

Why Handwashing Saves Lives!

Fundamentals Save Lives in COVID-19 & Beyond I’ve been amazed at how washing your hands ‘properly’ for 20 seconds has come as news to a lot of people! Because as a Nurse, handwashing is the absolute foundation of our work and of infection control. I still remember my first day in the demo ward at Uni. I proudly went up the elevator in my brand new uniform excited about what life-saving skills I would learn.  … Read More

Why a Bushfire & Emergency Action Plan is Vital

KarynBurns, children, community, emergency, First Aid, Parents, prevention, Safety

Why a Bushfire or Emergency Action Plan is Vital

This is what our lovely Jess, who works in marketing for us here at head2toe First Aid, found out on December 20, 2019. She lived through the scary reality of the Cudlee Creek bushfire, when she had to put her Bushfire Action Plan into place and quickly evacuate her Adelaide Hills home in Lobethal with her 2 precious young girls and dog. The fire burnt to a street away and 300m from her back fence … Read More

What to Pack in a Camping First Aid Kit

KarynAllergy, Burns, children, community, emergency, First, First Aid, First aid kit, injuries, Parents

What to pack in the best Camping First Aid Kit

Are you looking forward to some time out this holiday season? If you’re heading off camping, or even if you’re off on a roadtrip – it’s worth the small amount of time it takes to pack a well-stocked first aid kit. Then you really can sit back & relax. You’ll know you’ve got your bases covered from a first aid perspective, without having to throw everyone into the car and hopefully find a pharmacy that’s … Read More

Top 10 Tips for Hay Fever Relief

KarynAllergy, Childhood, children, First Aid, Parents, prevention

Top 10 Tips for Hay Fever Relief

Spring is here & with it comes a collective groan – because it’s the start of ‘Hay Fever season’! Across Australia, almost 3 million people suffer from Hay Fever, the common name for ‘allergic rhinitis’. This number hits its peak across the warmer months of September to April, when pollen counts rise. And isn’t it odd that despite its name, hay isn’t the cause of the problems – and there’s no fever involved! Hay Fever … Read More

Top 4 Free First Aid Apps

KarynChildhood, children, emergency, First Aid, First aid kit, injuries, Injury, Parents, Sports

head2toe First Aid reveal their Top 4 First Aid Apps

In today’s world, we all want up-to-date information at our fingertips, and First Aid is no different. So in this blog, we’ll reveal the four First Aid Apps that put reliable, evidence-based, life-saving first aid knowledge into the palm of your hand, wherever you travel in the world. That means you can skip the Dr Google step! I’ve heard so many people say they’re afraid they won’t remember how to deal with all of the … Read More