It’s time for my doctors prescription.
How many of you in the audience know how to do CPR?
(audience members clap)
Quite a few!
I love that a bunch of people are raising their hands
so my prescription is learn how to do CPR.
Well today, we’re gonna have a little demonstration.
And we have Saige here to help us out.
Saige happens to be three years old.
A video of her performing CPR recently went viral,
and I just knew that we had to meet her.
Saige and her father, Chris, are here in the audience.
(crowd coos) Saige,
you wan na come up here
with your Dad and show us how you do it? Yeah,
come on, yay!
There you go.
(metranome ticks) Wow.
Her arms are straight and everything.
She’s good, I mean Chris, how did you figure out
that Saige knew how to do this?
Well she learned around 13 months,
I was actually teaching a class.
I was a former Fire Lieutenant/EMT.
(crowd coos and claps)
And she’s in my class, she takes the mask
and puts it on the dummy
and then I look at her
I’m like wow!
So I take the mask away, play with her,
she puts the mask back on again.
And ever since then her skills have been excelling
and she’s been really outdoing a lot of people.
I’ve actually tell people if they can’t outdo her
in my class, they don’t pass.
I show them the videos of how easy it is
that a two year old, she’s three now, could actually do CPR.
If she could do that, what’s stopping all
of everybody else from learning? Chris,
thank you for–I love it.
Not only teaching CPR but Saige you’re incredible!
Thank you for showing us how!
(crowd cheers and claps)
And Chris I know you’ll back me up on this,
I highly encourage anyone watching to take a CPR class
and it’s scary but it’s not difficult.
No it’s not.
And you will potentially have the ability to save a life.
Thank you Saige!
Stop CPR. Saige,
You did a great job!
You did so good!
And that is how it’s done everyone!