The Survival Swim Blog

All About Survival Swim Lessons and Dr​owning Prevention

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02/13/2020

There are many truths and myths about survival swim lessons and so many unanswered questions about the survival swim methodology.  As a 20 year drowning prevention advocate and a master instructor in the infant swim methodology, I hope to use this blog as an informative resource for the community simply because when we know better, we do better.  Please feel free to submit any suggestions or questions that you would like to see answered on my blog by using the CONTACT US link. I look forward to educating the community in hopes they use this valuable information to educate forward and together, we can put an end to drowning.

Why Does My Child Need Refresher Lessons?

I cannot stress the importance of refresher lessons for your child. Refresher lessons are extremely important in continuing and maintaining your child’s swimming skill development. Children grow and develop rapidly from infants to young children. This development process represents improved strength, coordination, and a more finely tuned cognitive ability. In accordance with this growth, children enrolled in survival swimming lessons should return periodically to participate in Refresher Lessons. These lessons are designed to fine tune your child’s existing skills to meet the demands of their growing bodies. It will allow them to make adjustments in their rollback to float and strengthen their swim ability. It is recommended that students under age 5 return periodically for short refresher lessons. As a good rule of thumb, if your child has outgrown their clothes or shoes since their last survival swim lesson, it is very likely they have outgrown the body they learned the skill in. 

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