This has been a great week! With the holiday weekend already here, we wanted to take a minute to thank all of you for your continued support and encouragement.
As parents we know that no two children are the same, and as ISR Instructors we are responsible for providing each child with custom tailored ISR Lessons..
Teaching little ones to save themselves in the water if the need were to arise is the sole purpose of Infant Swimming Resource; that isn’t to say, however, that there aren’t some awesome added benefits...
Why have children learn to swim fully clothed? Good question, and it’s an important one! Fact is, the majority of children who drown, do so fully clothed as their mommies and daddies weren’t planning on them being in the water.
“You don’t have an Instructor near me!” From scholarships for children who may otherwise not have been able to participate, to partnering with hospitals like the El Paso Children’s Hospital, as an organization, improving access to ISR Lessons drives everything we do.
Getting onto your back and maintaining a great float provides the foundation for the full ISR Self-Rescue™ "swim-float-swim" sequence. Little ones who can sit independently are ready to learn to rollover onto their backs and float until help arrives.
We hear so many stories of survival and of loss...today we are sharing one of hope. The Brock Family lost their precious son, Tal, in a drowning accident last year.
Did your little one learn to rollover and float at Infant Swimming Resource and is now toddling around?
Thousands of ISR lessons happen each day, and we see some beyond cute scenes poolside.
Why teach kids to swim in their clothes? ISR students are taught how to save themselves fully clothed because many of the children who accidentally fall into the water were not dressed for a day at the beach or pool. Accidents are, by nature, unplanned. Here's a video of one of our younger ISR students showing off his skills in clothes