Keep your little ones safe with the British Red Cross baby and child first aid app. Packed with useful videos, easy to follow advice and a test section – it’s free and simple to download. There is also a handy toolkit where you can record your child's medication needs and any allergies.
The information is all on the app itself, meaning you don’t need an internet connection and can access it on the go.
Simple, easy-to-understand advice and frequently asked questions on 17 first aid scenarios. Videos, step-by-step instructions and animations make it fun and easy to pick up.
Get expert tips on how to prepare for some of the most common emergency situations, from accidents in the garden to a fire at home. Sections include a list of tips and handy checklists.
Act fast when things go wrong. This instantly accessible, step-by-step section gives you the key information to know what to do in emergency first aid situations, including handy timers relevant to some types of first aid.
Find out how much you’ve learned in our test section, which provides a useful opportunity to check that you’ve picked up all the necessary skills.
Add a child record in the app’s handy toolkit. You can record your child’s medical needs, any allergies and add emergency contacts such as GP details.
NB. The child record data is stored locally on your device and will only be shared if you choose to do so.
Find out more about the life-saving work of the British Red Cross, including how to get involved, ways to get help and more opportunities to learn first aid.
Download this essential app today.
*Note that while emergency numbers throughout the app are for UK users, the information in this app will be useful to anyone, anywhere in the world.
We're always making improvements to the Baby and child first aid app. In this release we have fixed some bugs and completed some general maintenance
Ratings and Reviews
Every person should learn a little first aid
I was a British Red Cross volunteer for many years going and attending functions on duty also taking disadvantaged children on camp holidays.
First important rule never move the casualties .
Think first act second. You never know when the minute arises.
Go on learn now, that choking baby needs you.
A good app with inappropriate rating
This is an excellent app for those with some first aid knowledge but not familiar with children's differing needs. I was shocked when I changed the app settings on my iPad to 12+ rating in order that my grandchildren could use it. This app disappeared. Clearly it is not thought appropriate that children learn first aid. I reverted to previous settings and had to re-install the app.
This makes me feel more confident in my ability to correctly tackle emergency situations with my toddler.
Having it handy to review when you have a few spare minutes is a much better way to spend the time than messing around on social media!
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- 52.7 MB
- Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 14.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with the Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
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Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.