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Drowning is Preventable

Drowning is Preventable

There is no way to soften these statistics. So I’ll just leave them right here. Drowning is the number one cause of accidental death in California for children between the ages of 1-4. 1 in 5 overall drowning victims are under the age of 14.  Drilling down...
5 Reasons Your Child Needs Swim Lessons

5 Reasons Your Child Needs Swim Lessons

Did you know that according to the CDC, approximately one in five people who die from drowning are children 14 and younger? For every child who dies from drowning, another five receive emergency department care for drowning injuries. The rate of near drowning is much...
Overcome Fear Using the Growth Mindset

Overcome Fear Using the Growth Mindset

Over the last decade, on average, ten people drowned every day. Eight of those ten victims were adults. When you factor in the statistics reported by Psychology Today, that two-thirds of Americans are afraid of open bodies of water, and 46% are afraid of the deep end...
4 Essential Skills for Water Safety

4 Essential Skills for Water Safety

Summer is almost here, and with over 75 miles of coastline and close to 50,000 pools in LA county, it’s time to talk about kids and water safety. Statistically, drowning is still the second leading cause of death for children under the age of 14, and accounts for 20%...
Overcoming Aquaphobia

Overcoming Aquaphobia

We talk about a lot about children and drowning prevention, but in the wake of several high profile adult drownings in 2018, it’s vital to shine a light on the risk for adults. According to Gallup and the CDC: A staggering 46% of American adults fear the deep end of a...
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