Although 10 minutes may seem like a very short swimming lesson, each ISR Self-Rescue® Survival Swimming lesson is a private one on one lesson and your child is getting the undivided attention of their Certified ISR Instructor. Each lesson, though short, is very intense. Young children are sensorimotor learners and mastery of a sensorimotor skill is most effectively achieved by short, frequent exposure. The 10-minute lesson also honors the child's attention span and avoids the risk of temperature and physical fatigue. Traditional swimming lessons are typically offered in 45 minutes to one-hour group lesson options making it appear you are getting more for your money. Unfortunately, this is not the case. In a group class, with five other students and one instructor, how much one on one instruction is your child receiving from the instructor?
...research concluded that children were most successful when the 10-minute maximum lesson length was implemented to ensure the safety of the student.
The ISR Self-Rescue® Survival Swimming instruction our students receive is the product of over 50+ years of research and achieves unparalleled results. The research concluded that children were most successful when the 10-minute maximum lesson length was implemented to ensure the safety of the student.
ISR Self-Rescue® Survival Swim instruction encourages water competence first, thereby promoting a safe foundation for lifelong enjoyment of the water. Infant Swimming Resource 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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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 Self-Rescue® student practices their self-rescue skills in countless scenarios, including full clothes before "graduating" the program. ISR of Lake Lanier's Self-Rescue® lessons will be given in Gainesville, Georgia.
In Infant Swimming Resource (ISR) Self-Rescue® instruction students receive the product of over 50 years of research and achieve unparalleled results. Founded in 1966 by Dr. Harvey Barnett, ISR is now the global leader in the industry it pioneered: survival swimming lessons for infants and young children. That's over 50 years y'all!
Today, our mission, “Not One More Child Drowns,” is the foundation of everything we do and is the driving force behind ISR’s employees, our independent ISR Instructors, and our major corporate partnerships. We believe the successful prevention of the leading cause of accidental death for children under the age of 4 in the U.S. will require a large group of caring and capable professionals whose sole focus is to save lives. To date, we have delivered more than 8,000,000 ISR Self-Rescue® lessons and saved more than 800 lives.
ISR believes pool fences, supervision, and pool alarms are important parts of a necessary multi-layered approach to drowning prevention. However, traditional lines of defense break down, and the over 4,000 drowning deaths per year bear a grim testament to the fact that traditional approaches are missing a key component: the child. ISR’s core conviction is that the child is the most important part of a drowning prevention strategy and our over 300,000 ISR graduates and 800 documented survival stories are proof that children can save themselves. Children are curious, capable, and have an uncanny ability to overcome obstacles like pool fences; at ISR we take that ability and teach them skills to potentially save themselves if they find themselves in the water alone.
Due to the recent restrictions from COVID-19, lessons will be temporarily postponed until July. 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.
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