In 2007, the AHA in coalition with the American Red Cross and the National Safety Council worked collaboratively to designate a National CPR and AED Awareness Week federally. On December 13, 2007, Congress unanimously passed a resolution to set aside June 1-7 each year as National CPR and AED Awareness Week to spotlight how lives can be saved if more Americans know CPR and how to use an AED. For 2018, we are debuting a new campaign that reinforces these skills but also places importance on the willingness of bystanders to act in a cardiac arrest emergency. Did you know about 70 percent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen in homes? If you are called on to give CPR in an emergency, you will most likely be trying to save the life of someone you love. Be the difference for your parent, spouse, or child. What if it were them?

 
 Learn the two simple steps.  Click to download.

Learn the two simple steps. Click to download.

 Don't drop the beat.  Click here to download.

Don't drop the beat. Click here to download.

 Fact Sheet 2018 - English.  Click here to download  .

Fact Sheet 2018 - English. Click here to download.

 Learn the two simple steps postcard.  Click here to download . 

Learn the two simple steps postcard. Click here to download

 Fact Sheet 2018 - Spanish.  Click here to download.

Fact Sheet 2018 - Spanish. Click here to download.

 Five ways to get involved.  Click here to download.

Five ways to get involved. Click here to download.

 
 Are you prepared?  Postcard

Are you prepared? Postcard