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31 Jul

Swimming with Puddle Jumpers and Arm Floaties Actually Put Children More at Risk

  • Posted by Candace Hathaway
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As a survival swim school, we understand our responsibility to provide children in the community and surrounding areas with not only the life-saving skills necessary to survive in the water, but also provide them with a deep love and appreciation for the water. When parents encourage and promote the use of puddle jumpers and arm
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22 Jun

Setting the Record Straight on Dry Drowning (HINT: It’s Not Real)

  • Posted by Texas Swim Academy
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  • pool safety
There’s a gross misconception about drowning that’s traveling the communication airwaves, and it’s time Texas Swim Academy did its part to end any and all rumors once and for all. There is evidence-based proof that dry drowning and secondary drowning does not exist. Again, dry drowning, secondary drowning and near drowning do not exist. There,
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17 May

Pledge to Keep Your Pool Safe This Summer

  • Posted by Texas Swim Academy
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  • Pool Safely Pledge, pool safety
Summer is upon us, and while the months of May to September bring an endless amount of energy from our children, they also bring the hazards of one of our favorite summertime activities — swimming. Join Texas Swim Academy this May as we take the Pool Safely Pledge to help reduce drownings and entrapments in
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24 Aug

Understanding Pool Safety Tips Makes for A Better Swimming Experience

  • Posted by SSPadmin
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While everyone enjoys spending some time in the pool, safety is an important part of ensuring everyone has a good time. Whether you are visiting a public pool or you have your own pool in the backyard, it is crucial that you follow all safety guidelines when swimming. This is especially true when taking children
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21 Jun

Don’t Drink and Dive

  • Posted by SSPadmin
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Pool and water safety include many factors, and as the Fourth of July nears, we wanted to remind people about one of the most overlooked, yet dangerous ones. During most summer BBQs, guests and pool owners alike love to escape the heat by jumping in the pool and enjoying some games or simply spending some
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Parents Play a Role in Their Child’s Safety

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Every day thousands of parents tuck their child’s arms through a pair of water wings, assuming that these floatation devices will keep their child safe when in and around the backyard pool. Despite the use of these and other similar “floatation devices”, drowning continues to be the leading cause of accidental or unintentional deaths for
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16 Mar

Texas Swim Academy Announces Deal with SwimSpray LLC

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Texas Swim Academy recently announced their partnership with SwimSpray LLC, to make, use and sell the vitamin C-based chlorine removal product for swimmers. As part of the agreement, Texas Swim Academy gains the right to provide large format bottles of SwimSpray to our members, making us the one of the only swim schools offering this
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18 May

The Importance of Practicing Drowning Prevention All Year Long

  • Posted by Texas Swim Academy
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May is National Water Safety Month, which means that community centers and online forums are offering resources and fun activities to encourage your children to always be safe in the water. With summer swim team season approaching, it’s a great time to go over the importance of water safety with your children. However, water safety
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02 May

Kids Safety Educational Resources

  • Posted by Texas Swim Academy
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  With summer just around the corner, it’s nearly every kid’s favorite time of the year: swim team season. Since your children are likely to be spending even more time in the water than usual, it’s imperative you reinforce water safety rules as often as possible. Any swim lesson will be sure to include water
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23 Dec

The Sensory Motor Benefits of Swimming

  • Posted by Texas Swim Academy
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The winter months are a great time to enroll your child into a swim course. Texas Swim Academy, partnered with poolsafely.gov, is passionate about water safety and survival, both of which can be learned within the academy and before a young child enters another, private pool. The Katy, Texas Adaptive Aquatics Program is a special
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