As May is National Water Safety Month, it is crucial to raise awareness about the importance of water safety and drowning prevention. At Baby Otter Swim School, we are passionate about equipping children with the necessary skills to stay safe in and around the water. Our renowned Baby Otter Swim Program is designed to cater to children of all ages, offering a comprehensive approach to water safety education. Join us in celebrating National Water Safety Month and discover how our Turn, Kick, Reach® program can empower children to react appropriately in water-related emergencies.
The Turn, Kick, Reach® Method:
Our signature Turn, Kick, Reach® program focuses on teaching young children the fundamental actions to take if they accidentally fall into water. Through a simple three-step process, children learn to respond swiftly and effectively:
Parents play a crucial role in their child’s water safety journey. By actively participating in the swimming lessons, parents can build trust and enhance their child’s confidence in the water. This collaborative approach strengthens the bond between parent and child while reinforcing the skills learned during the program. Together, we can prevent accidental drowning incidents and ensure the best possible outcomes for families in Florida and across the nation.
Raising Awareness for Drowning Prevention Month:
May is designated as National Water Safety Month, providing a unique opportunity to raise awareness about drowning prevention and water safety. As advocates for water safety, we encourage you to join us in spreading awareness through various channels:
Prioritize the safety of our children by investing in their water safety education. Baby Otter Swim School’s Turn, Kick, Reach® program is suitable for children of all ages, providing them with life-saving skills in just five 30-minute lessons. Together, we can create a culture of water safety, prevent drowning incidents, and ensure a brighter future for our children. Join Baby Otter Swim School in raising awareness during National Water Safety Month and empowering children with the essential skills to stay safe in and around water. Contact us today to learn more about our program and take the first step toward a water-safe community.