The ISR Self-Rescue™ Swim-Float-Swim program teaches the skills necessary for a child to reach the steps, edge of the pool or shore. This process begins with teaching breath control and the skills to turn around in the water to secure the edge. Children learn correct swimming posture, movement through the water, the rollback-to-float sequence, as well as rotating to a face down position to continue to swim. This “swim-float-swim” sequence can be repeated until safety is reached.
At ISR of Lake Lanier your child will receive hands on one-on-one safe instruction from a highly certified and effective instructor. With just one student and instructor, this allows your instructor to focus fully on the individual needs of your child as all children are unique in their personalities and cognitive learning abilities.
When you learn about ISR, you know this is the most important level of protection you can give your child to prevent drowning. If fences, supervision, and alarms fail, your child's skill is an additional measure of protection!
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Although 10 minutes may seem like a very short lesson, remember that each lesson is private and your child is getting the undivided attention of their instructor. Each lesson, though short, is very intense. Most group lesson are only 30-45 minutes in length with as many as 6 children in each class. This equals only about 5-7 minutes of actual instruction time for each child. Before deciding that your child can't possibly learn in such a short lesson, come and observe one or more ISR of Lake Lanier lessons.
ISR has implemented the 10 minute maximum lesson length to ensure the safety of the student. Vasoconstriction checks and the condition of the abdomen dictate the end of the lesson not the clock (parents always notice that Ms. Robin NEVER wears a watch).
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Parents know their little ones can get into virtually anything in an instant. Traditional drowning prevention strategies, while important, overlook one of the most formidable defenses: your child. At ISR of Lake Lanier, children who are mobile enough to reach the water alone are taught to save themselves should they reach the water alone. Generally speaking, children who can crawl and sit unassisted can learn to rollover onto their backs, breathe and rest until help arrives. Similarly, children who are walking learn the full ISR Self-Rescue™ swim-float-swim sequence.
The focus of ISR Self-Rescue™ lessons is survival. Why? Across our nation and in 18 of our states, drowning is the number one cause of death for children under the age of four years old. This statistic is alarming, but the good news is...drowning is preventable. ISR Self-Rescue™ recommends building layers of protection between your child and the water. These layers are essential because the reality is that most children do not drown because of LACK of supervision, it is a LAPSE in supervision, and it only takes a momentary distraction for a curious toddler to get out of your sight. ISR Self-Rescue™ students are the best aquatic problem solvers in the world!
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The ISR Difference:
Your child will receive hands on one-on-one safe instruction from a highly certified and effective instructor. It is counter productive to the child's learning when an instructor must divide time in the water between several unskilled students.
All ISR of Lake Lanier lessons are one-on-one, with just one student and instructor (Miss Robin). This allows Miss Robin to focus fully on the individual needs of your child as all children are unique in their personalities and cognitive learning abilities.
ISR of Lake Lanier lessons are student directed lessons, which means they are tailored to the changing needs of your child throughout every moment of each lesson. Although ISR of Lake Lanier lessons are one-on-one, they are not "closed" to other students or the parent’s poolside. Miss Robin welcomes and encourages parents to cheer our little swimmers on! Who wouldn't like a their own family cheering them on?!
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