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Preparing for Summer Swim Team

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With the days steadily getting warmer and summer break rapidly approaching, children and teenagers all over the Greater Houston area are prepping for swim team season. There is no better time for your child to get their swim strokes in shape before the competition season sets in. As you know, regular pool practice is ideal
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13 Apr

The Importance of Adaptive Aquatics for Children on the Autism Spectrum

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All children can benefit from taking swim lessons. They are a great way to exercise and make friends, while also teaching kids potentially life-saving water skills. Swimming lessons for children on the autism spectrum can be even more beneficial to their overall well-being. Adaptive Aquatics Swim Program Caroline, who was diagnosed with autism around age
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01 Apr

Autism Awareness Month and Adaptive Aquatics

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Springtime has long been symbolic of change and new beginnings. It is more than rotating our closets and cleaning out the garage—we as humans use the spring to reflect on how we want to grow. Thus, there is no better than April for Autism Awareness Month. National Autism Awareness Month was founded by the Autism
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14 Mar

Hero Stories: Kathleen McMordie Helps Teen with Down Syndrome Overcome Fears

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The world is a big place. It is especially intimidating to those with special abilities and their families, as they seek ways to help their children to overcome and reach beyond their boundaries. Swim lessons are a popular choice because the activity is beneficial to the body, mind and preservation of safety. However, not all
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03 Mar

Drowning Prevention: The Importance of Swim Lessons for Your Child

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The topic of drowning is uncomfortable and somber, but it is important to discuss, especially if you have children who are ever around the water. It only takes a few inches of water and less than a couple of minutes for a child to lose consciousness. Drowning does not just happen in the summer either;
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24 Feb

Why Swimming Is One of the Best Lifelong Activities

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Swimming exercises your entire body at one time. It is an excellent way to get in a good cardio workout without putting unnecessary strain on your joints. There is little risk for injury, and swimming can enhance your strength, endurance, flexibility and confidence. Beyond that, it is a great activity for people of all ages,
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17 Feb

How Swim Lessons Can Help Build Confidence

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As a parent, it is only natural to want to offer your child the chance to learn a new skill or hobby. However, when a parent enrolls their child into a sport or extracurricular activity, it is mostly to keep them active and make new friends. When you sign your child up for swim lessons
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10 Feb

How Survival Swim Works

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A child is never too young to learn to swim. Teaching an infant or toddler how to maneuver in the water with confidence can save their life during an accident. Most children do not learn how to swim until they are at least four years old, but by this time, many are not confident with
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03 Feb

The Benefits of Group Swim Lessons for Children

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Swimming can be enjoyed anytime in a person’s life. It is a skill that is particularly useful when learned in the early stages of childhood. Being taught how to swim with confidence at an early age could save your child’s life during the event of an accident, and it also opens doors to an accelerated
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27 Jan

How Learning to Swim Sets Your Child Up for Success

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When you have a small child, you are always concerned for their safety and probably wondering whether or not they have the tools they need in order to build a successful future. You might have considered that learning how to swim can improve the child’s safety while around the water, but there’s more to it
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