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Infant Swimming Resource Self-Rescue™ is an internationally recognized system of aquatic survival instruction for infants and young children ages 6 months to 6 years old. The program focuses on educating parents and children about aquatic survival and safety issues. All swim lessons are one-on-one and catered to each child's individual needs.
ISR Self-Rescue™ Instructors are the most highly trained and qualified instructors in any swimming program in the country and must undergo strict re- certification testing annually. Each instructor is academically trained and tested in areas such as child psychology, physiology, anatomy and behavioral science to provide the safest lesson possible for your child. In addition, each instructor spends a minimum of 60 hours hands on, supervised in-water training working with actual students.
Infants and young toddlers learn to roll onto their backs to rest and breathe. They learn to maintain this posture until help arrives.
Older, more mobile children learn the sequence of swimming until they need air, rotating onto their back to float and breathe, then rolling back over to continue to swim. They continue this sequence until they reach the step, side of the pool, or shoreline.
3936 25th Street, Columbus, Indiana 47203, United States
812-447-9268 *I am in the water most of the day, so I am not always able to answer calls. You can always email to request information or email/text to schedule a phone conversation* L.email@example.com Entry by Appointment Only
Morning, Afternoon, and Evening sessions available
Lessons offered in Bloomington, IN and surrounding areas based on host pool availability.
Infant Swimming Resource, LLC ("ISR") complies with all federal and state laws and regulations and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion or disability. It is the policy of ISR to provide reasonable accommodations to its disabled applicants and students, with the provision of appropriate documentation of the need for the accommodation.