Arm your child with an extra layer of protection if they ever reach the water alone. If your toddler found their way to water, unsupervised, fully clothed, would they be able to remain calm and turn themselves over, get air, and float until help arrived? Because drowning knows no season, every ISR student practices their self-rescue skills in countless scenarios, including full clothes before "graduating" the program. ISR of Lake Lanier's survival swimming lessons will begin on May 11th in Gainesville, Georgia. Lessons will be given in the mornings and are currently full at this time due to spacing of students during the .
Due to the recent restrictions from COVID-19, lessons will be scheduled accordingly with social distancing in mind as well as additional precautions in place that your instructor will give in detail upon your initial registration through ISR National. If you have not signed up for lessons, and are interested in doing so, please click the WAIT LIST button below. Fill out this form and you will be contacted once scheduling is being made for Summer Session Two.
What your child will learn and the way they will learn is what makes us so different from traditional swimming lessons. Always putting safety first, we emphasize competence, which leads to confidence, and provides the foundation for a lifetime of enjoyment in and around the water.
What your child will learn depends on their age and developmental readiness, but in all cases, at minimum, your child will learn to roll onto his or her back to float, rest, and breathe, and to maintain this position until help arrives.
I would encourage you to fill out the Wait List Form regarding lessons for Summer Session Two. There is also an abundance of information about our program here on my website, from lesson scheduling, ISR National Registration Fee, lesson tuition and where lessons are located.
Get these amazing ISR skills and pass your local pools swim test before summer 2020 and have the best summer yet, "floatie" free...remember, the sooner, the safer! Stay safe and healthy! Thank you for choosing ISR of Lake Lanier.
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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ISR of Lake Lanier swimming lessons in Gainesville will begin again for the summer season on June 5th. Parents of Refreshers have already been contacted and should note the limited number of spaces for their child. I am scheduling morning lessons at this time from 9:30am - 11:00am. New students are now being accepted on a first come first serve basis. If you would like to receive the registration link for your child, please email email@example.com or fill out the Sign Up form here on the website. You may also view live availability by visiting my Calendar page.
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! As the video shows below, ISR student Miles, has helped showcase the unbelievable ISR Self-Rescue skills to parents around the world that children as young as 6 months old can learn to save their own lives if they were to reach the water alone. Those same ISR Self-Rescue™ skills he learned early on formed the foundation of the aquatic skills he's continuing to learn today.
I would encourage you to fill out the Sign Up form on my website regarding lessons. There is also an abundance of information about our program here on my website, from lesson scheduling, ISR registration fee, tuition and where my lessons are located. My website has all this information and more to help you get started!
ISR of Lake Lanier friends and family, with the amount of rain we are expecting here in Northeast Georgia this week, there can be water hazards on your property that were not previously there! Please be aware of these areas, even after the rain stops and always supervise your children when they are playing in or around water.
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If you are new to the area or anticipate living on or around Lake Lanier I would like to share Bobber the Water Safety Dog with you. Bobber the Water Safety Dog was created by a ranger with the Army Corps of Engineers! We can appreciate this due to our lake being operated and maintained by the Corps. This is a great site to share water safety with your children!
Use the link below to visit Water Bowl Lake to learn all about water safety. The lake has several cartoons, coloring pages, and a game to get kids prepared and reinforces the safety message for a safe summer in the water!
If you are an educator they also have a link for you to download the games to show the Bobber cartoons offline on a PC.
Visit them at http://www.bobber.info/. You can even follow him on Pinterest! Have fun y’all!
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