Monday, December 12, 2011

Think Emergency Response isn't important?

ACER has worked with Bandage International for years. Think Emergency Response isn't important? Read below:

Great job!

Sunday, December 11, 2011

The iRescU CPR/AED App system

Below was in-part what my huge project from a couple of years ago...

The iRescU CPR/AED App system:
A bridge between saving lives and social media,designed to put the skills of CPR and AED location and use easily into our hands.

Also **HOT OFF the PRESS**If you missed out on the "iRescU AED Location Challenge" during AHAthe next "iRescU AED geoLocation Challenge"is NOW underway from December 5th 2011,until December 19th at Midnight First Prize will be an AED, second prize an iPad 2.0, 10 runners up will receive eTagged AED Upload T-ShirtsParticipants can be from anywhere in the world!!

A ten AED minimum is required to win any prize, and all geploacated AEDs MUST have a photo.Announcement of this "iRescU AED Location Challenge" winners will be midday December 20th

So get out your cameras and phones and upload those AED locations to

It is as easy as 1- 2 - 3 !

2. Take a pic with your camera or phone and
3. Upload the pic and location info at -

It's been a while

Wow, it seems like it has been a few months since I posted, but I just saw it has been a couple of years.

A lot of things have been happening since my last post... which I never did follow up on, like many great projects, it fell short of funding and support.

It was going to be the next step in improving life on Ambergris, just trying to make a difference, ease the pain and suffering. The project isn't dead, if we run into some funding and support, we can bring it back to life. Funny that I use those words in this project, because bringing life back to this project, could bring life back to many.

I won't bore you with all the details over the last couple of years, but the founder of ACER sold off the supporting company, they new company that said they were going to continue it didn't, the volunteer staff has disappeared.

So here we are today... did we make a difference in the past? I think so, the medical supplies, the training, the support all had some impact.

I bet, if you could find where some of the equipment we brought to the island ended up, that it is still in use today, so that's a good thing.

So, where do we go from here? No-one every said establishing a Emergency rescue team would be easy.

Is there a need? Look at the number of people on the island. Look at the tourists that visit with medical issues. Look at the number of accidents, the trauma, the robberies, all without an Emergency Response team.

You do the math...