In addition to survival swim survival programs, Texas Swim Academy also offers swim lessons for children on the Autism Spectrum, with Down Syndrome, and other special abilities.

Texas Swim Academy believes that every child should have a chance to enjoy the water by learning how to swim in safe, comfortable setting. With this in mind, we are proud to offer customized, one-on-one swim lessons to fit the needs of children with special abilities and specific challenges.

Christine Duncan and her husband enrolled their daughter, Madison, in swim lessons at Texas Swim Academy and soon came to learn about her undiagnosed sensory integration disorder. As a result of her disorder, Madison has difficulties with motor skills and long-term planning, both of which are an important part of traditional swim lessons. Faced with these challenges, the instructors at Texas Swim Academy have responded with the utmost patience and compassion. Since her diagnosis, Madison has become increasingly more confident and open to trying new things, both in the water and in her daily life.

To hear Christine’s favorite part of her experience at Texas Swim Academy, tune-in to the short video below: