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15 Jun

What Do Quality Swimming Lessons Look Like?

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Last summer, the American Academy of Pediatrics made the important decision to change the age in which they recommend swimming lessons for young children. Since drowning continues to be the leading cause of unintentional death in children from the ages of 1 to 4 throughout the United States, they updated their guidelines to recommend children
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27 May

What to Look for When Researching Swimming Lessons

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According to recent statistics provided by the Pool & Hot Tub Alliance, formally known as the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals, there are 10.4 million residential swimming pools throughout the United States. With pool ownership comes a very real responsibility to teach children the skills necessary to survive in the water should an emergency
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22 Apr

Maintaining Water Safety While at Home

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As we continue to experience unprecedented times throughout our nation, it’s important to remember that while a new normal has been put into place, some things don’t change. Drowning is still the leading cause of unintentional death in children aged 1 to 4, and water safety still needs to be put into practice during this
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19 Mar

Preparing for Swim Team

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The competitive sport of swimming requires dedication and consistent training no matter the level of competition. And preparing for the swim team season is an important part of an adolescent’s success as a competitive swimmer. So how can your child best prepare for their swim team season? Below are just a few things to consider
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11 Feb

Texas Swim Academy Sponsors Annual Graeme’s Run

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At Texas Swim Academy, we’re more than just a swim school. We’re also a family, and we proudly support each other in big and small ways. Graeme McDaniel, a vibrant 2-year-old who was a Texas Swim Academy student, passed away on May 3, 2015, due to multiple heart conditions he battled since his birth. This
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21 Jan

Investing in Our Swim Instructors

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Choosing the right swim school for your child is an important decision. Not only will you be entrusting your child into the hands of a swim instructor to teach lifesaving skills, but you’re also trusting someone to know your child so they can be taught in a way that caters to their needs and learning
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10 Dec

Winter Swim Safety Tips During the Holiday Season

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Swimming may be one of the furthest activities from your mind as the holiday season is underway.  But the many distractions such as food, imbibing and good conversations that come with the holiday season can still spell t-r-o-u-b-l-e for the youngest among us. Texas Swim Academy wants your kids to stay protected around pools, hot
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20 Nov

Stay Safe in the Water This Holiday Season

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The holidays are a time for family, friends and loads of laughter. They are also a time when families are busy and can be easily distracted, leaving little ones to do what little ones do best – be curious and explore. Even the best of parents can lose sight of his or her child on
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01 Nov

Drowning Knows No Season

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When the leaves start to turn from brilliant green to blazing reds and burnt orange hues, most think of hunkering down with a warm drink by the fire. While hanging out poolside and in the water may not be the first thing on our minds as the temperature drops, it’s important that our children’s swim
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19 Sep

Join Us and Take Part in the Hunt for Hope

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The startling statistic is 1 in 8 women, roughly 12 percent, will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime. And in 2019 alone, an estimated 268,600 new cases will be diagnosed, according to breastcancer.org. Inflammatory breast cancer (IBC), a rare and very aggressive form of breast cancer that accounts for 1 to 5 percent of
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