Did you know that 86% of children found in an aquatic emergency are wearing their day to day attire? This provides a completely different experience for your child. Extra weight, sensory experiences and distractions. At ISR of Lake Lanier, our ISR Self-Rescue® lessons are concluded when children demonstrate that they are both competent and confident in their skills. It is NEVER a "trial by fire" or a "push and see what happens scenario".
During the final week at ISR of Lake Lanier lessons, while under the watchful eye of Instructor Robin Adams, each of her students have the opportunity to practice their ISR Self-Rescue® skills in both their summer and winter clothes.
Lessons begin in February contact Robin today: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our sign up page by clicking HERE!
Statistics show that 83% of all children who drown are fully clothed at the time. During the final week of our ISR lessons, while under the watchful eye of Ms. Robin, each of her students have the opportunity to practice their self-rescue skills in both their summer and winter clothes.
Your Child’s Self-Rescue Skills:
Infants (6 months- 12 months old) will learn to hold their breath underwater, roll onto their back and float unassisted.
Children (1 year- 6 years old) will learn the following sequence: how to hold their breath underwater; swim with their head down and eyes open; roll onto their back to float, rest, and breath; and roll back over to resume swimming until they reach the side of the pool and can crawl out or be rescued by an adult.
Watch the video below. Jaden was bound and determined to show us that all that water weight was noooooo sweat!
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