Drowning

  • Baby Safety Month: Staying Safer in and Around the Water

    It's Baby Safety Month – and that means making sure your baby is safer in and around the water. We can help with that! At Goldfish Swim School, our instructors use integrity, compassion and trust to teach babies as young as 4 months old how to swim and water safety skills. Here are 5 tips parents can take to keep baby safer:

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  • Minorities Have Higher Drowning Rates: Let’s Change the Statistics

    At Goldfish Swim School we want EVERYONE to be safer in and around the water – regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, location, etc. Read our blog to learn about ways we work to make that possible.

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  • How Do I Know if My Child Needs Swimming Lessons? 10 Questions to Answer

    It's something many of us may not consider as parents…but how do you know if your child needs swimming lessons? Even if you think your child "knows" how to swim, or that you're not around any bodies of water, keep your kids safer and make sure you can say YES to ALL 10 of these questions.

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  • Float It Forward: Giving Kids Lifesaving Skills

    You've heard about Pay It Forward…well, now you can "Float It Forward!"  At Goldfish Swim School, we strive to teach kids how to be safer in and around the water, along with giving them the confidence and skills to make waves in life. That's why we've partnered with the USA Swimming Foundation's "Make a Splash" initiative to teach kids – who may not otherwise have the opportunity – how to swim.

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  • Announcing the Goldfish RX Program

    At Goldfish Swim School, we teach more than 100,000 children how to swim each week. We also offer free Water Safety Presentations to schools, camps, clubs, groups and daycare centers. Our mission is simple: to help children be safer in and around the water.

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  • Water Safety: Drowning Risks When You're Not Even Swimming

    You've taken all the possible precautions you can, but drowning can still happen in mere seconds – that's why it's vital your child knows how to swim.

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