Katy Swimming Lessons and Infant Survival

Every year more than 3,500 people drown in the United States. Of these, 1 in 5 is a child under the age of 14. For every child that drowns, another 5 receive emergency care services for aquatic submersion injuries.

Drowning and near-drowning is a major national health issue. 10 people in the United States die everyday from it, and children 1-4 have the highest drowning rate. Drowning is responsible for one-third of all fatal accidents to children ages 1-4.

Swimming Lessons Save Lives

These are stark, scary numbers. But they are the facts about drowning. Fortunately, there is something we can do to help change these numbers by saving lives. Research shows that drowning risk can be reduced by 88% if children participate in formal swimming lessons between ages 1-4.

At Texas Swim Academy, we offer a unique Infant Survival Swim program. While most swim schools offer “mommy and me” classes, we teach children how to survive real-world scenarios. Even infants can become confident, independent swimmers who have the skills to save themselves from drowning.

Fill out the form on this page if you’d like to learn more about our Infant Survival Program or any of the other programs Texas Swim Academy offers.

https://www.cdc.gov/HomeandRecreationalSafety/Water-Safety/waterinjuries-factsheet.html, http://www.wlsl.org/WLSL/The_Event/Event_Talking_Points/WLSL/Event_Talking_Points.aspx?hkey=3ef184ac-a8b5-434e-9f5d-0d965c279a4f


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