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Infant Swimming Resource - HOT TUB SAFETY


To prevent dehydration, or heatrelated illness, keeping the watertemperature below 100 degrees Fahrenheit is safer for small children


Find a way to prevent children from manipulating the controls for the hot tub. Once they find out how to activate the jets, they will, whether you are there or not

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Give your child the competence, confidence and skills of aquatic safety with Infant Swimming Resource's Self-Rescue®program. The safest provider of survival swimming lessons for children 6 months to 6 years of age.

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It's important to remain within 10 feet of your child at the beach

Waves, Currents, and Undertows can happen in an stant. So make sure your child remains in only knee depth water

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Infant Swimming Resource - POOL SAFETY

SUPERVISION is the only critical defense prevent drowning. Segment supervision is very effective if an adult is designated a specific period of time with complete undivided attention to your child:

  • Do not answer the phone
  • Do not read or talk to other adults
  • Watch out for Drain Entrapments
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Infant Swimming Resource - BATH TUB SAFETY

  • Never leave your child alone in the bathtub
  • Don’t answer the phone, the door or get a towel -- if you need to leave take your child with you
  • Watch your child from the moment they get in the tub until the moment they get out and dry off
  • Don’t leave a baby or toddler in a bathtub under the care of another young child
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Infant Swimming Resource - BOAT & LAKE SAFETY

Lakes and rivers can be especially dangerous because of their dark and sometimes fast-moving water, therefore effective supervision of your child anytime he is around the dock, river or lake is especially critical

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Because children are always growing and learning new skills, your child’s abilities in the water will change from year to year and sometimes from month to month.

Remember that swimming is a sensori-motor skill. Similar to riding a bike or roller-skating, your child will not ‘forget’ what he or she learned, but may outgrow the body that learned these skills due to height and weight changes.

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