Your Child’s Safety Is Invaluable
By British Swim School
August 7, 2015
August 7, 2015
Safety, is the most invaluable part of teaching your young child about water for the first time. Rita Goldberg’s methods are based upon the child being a 100% safe around the water.Rita’s and The British Swim School’s expertise was featured in Baby Swimming: A Parent’s Must-Know Guide on Care.com. Teaching your child these water safety skills could be the difference between their life and death.
For years, people felt that water was only for playtime for babies and toddlers, but our organization pioneered the idea that you can turn it into a survival skill if you start early,” says GoldbergStarting at a young age could offer you child that fighting chance to not only learn how to survive but how to enjoy the water later on in life. When you start your child’s interaction with water it is imperative that it is a good experience. In Water safety: Protect your child from drowning, the Mayo Clinic states that a child’s safety around water also heavily relies on making sure your home is safe and keeps the child away from falling into water on their own. Rita offers techniques and advice on how to keep your child safe and happy when learning how to swim. As a parent, your part in your child learning water safety is directly related to their success. Read More at Care.com about these tips about things parents should know about a fun and safe swimming experience.