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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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13 Sep

Hope Always

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As you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.  I was impacted by breast cancer after my own mother was diagnosed at age 36. She died from the disease at the age of 39. As a nurse, I have always been interested in acute and curative medicine. When looking at charitable giving, I naturally drift
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11 Sep

Year-Round Swimming Lessons Make A Difference for Your Child

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Well-meaning parents operate with the best intentions, and when it comes to swimming lessons, many parents are intentional in signing their kids up for lessons during the spring and summer months in preparation for the many fun-filled days they plan on spending by the pool. But what about what many consider the “off-season?” Are swimming
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03 Sep

Understanding When Childhood Drowning Most Often Occurs

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When people picture what it looks like to drown, many see a cartoon-like image of someone wildly flailing their arms and splashing while bobbing about in the middle of a pool or a lake. What people don’t realize is that drowning is almost always nearly silent, and it doesn’t take a large body of water
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14 Aug

5 Reasons to Take Year-Round Swimming Lessons in Katy

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When the warm weather hits, swimming lessons in Katy are at the top of every parent’s list. After all, swim lessons are a great way to keep a child physically active while still encouraging youngsters to learn valuable life-saving skills. Unfortunately, families have the tendency to cool off from swim lessons when the weather wanes
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22 Jul

Three Reasons to Enroll Your Child in Survival Swim Lessons

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Gone are the days when it was thought kids should be in preschool before they learn how to swim. As we now know (and as the American Academy of Pediatrics now openly acknowledges), children as young as one year of age should be taking survival swim lessons. A parent’s knee-jerk reaction to this is fear.
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