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Four Reasons to Choose Infant and Toddler Swim Lessons

Did you know that Los Angeles has over 44,000 pools? Seriously, someone counted. Does your child know how to swim? Shouldn’t they? Still unsure about infant and toddler swim lessons? I mean, are they really worth it. Short answer: YES, and here’s why. Four reasons to...
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Four Swimming Safety Myths Debunked

My grandma Betty ruled the roost with an iron fist. Only 30 minutes of TV time. Only one person at a time opens Christmas presents. Come when the dinner bell rings. And, never, EVER go swimming right after you eat. (Difficult because she lived in Florida for as long I knew her,...

Accidental Drowning is Preventable With Swimming Lessons

My mother put me in the water before I was six months old. We have pictures of it, sepia-toned snapshots of my mother in all her feather-haired glory holding me out so I could kick my legs. I was jumping off the diving board by age two, much to the chagrin of the parents around...
Adaptive Athletes

One with the Water: Our Mission

Well friends, we’ve told you who we are. We’ve told you where the money goes. Let’s talk about our mission a little more. Our Mission Most people who want to swim hardly know where to start, and struggle with fear and anxiety in the water. Unfortunately, many of those most...

Generous Donations Help Kids Learn to Swim

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Donors Become Heroes to Needy Kids Los Angeles, CA –  October 6, 2016 – One with the Water, a non-profit swim school, dedicated to teaching life-changing swimming skills to kids and adults – many of them with disabilities or special needs – was honored for...
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9 Tips for Water Safety for Kids

During hot weather and summer vacation, swimming is a low-cost and great way to enjoy the days beating the heat. What people don’t realize is that the possibility of drowning is all around us; it actually only takes one inch of water to drown. Unfortunately, drowning is the...

Meet Kenny, the One with the Water Mascot

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Meet Kenny! He’s the Baby Dolphin in the One with the Water logo. Kenny was born on August 30, 2011. As a newborn bottlenose dolphin, Kenny weighed approximately 45 pounds and was over 3 feet long. On average, newborn bottlenose dolphins are 0.8–1.4 m (2.6–4.6 ft) long and...

Keeping Kids Safe in the Water

During hot weather and summer vacation, swimming is a low-cost and great way to enjoy the days beating the heat. What people don’t realize is that the possibility of drowning is all around us; it actually only takes one inch of water to drown. Unfortunately, drowning is the...
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