This morning, the Bradenton Herald published an article on ISR, and the headline is something our entire team, and all of you, our supporters and friends right here on our page should be really proud of...
We'd like to thank 3-year-old Grayson for taking 27 seconds out of his busy day to help us show what big kids like him can do. Great job, Grayson!
“It's by far the best thing we've ever done with her,” is how one awesome ISR Mom described the results of her daughter participating in ISR Lessons during an interview yesterday.
Why have children learn to swim fully clothed? Good question! Fact is, the majority of children who drown...
Infant Swimming Resource was featured in the New York Times Magazine on Father's Day.
What will my child learn at ISR? A lot. :) ISR Lessons and objectives are child-centered, but with each child, there’s a focus on a core competency of survival: learning to rollover and float.
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.
Like this little one, we are "all done!" for the week. Thank you all for your continued support and encouragement as we work together towards the day when Not One More Child Drowns.
There are so many awesome things happening in pools across the U.S. and beyond. :)
Yesterday, an ISR Parent, teamed up with ABC 15 in Arizona, and ISR's president, Joann Barnett to share her family's ISR Story.