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Will my child hate the water?

There is a big difference between being fearful and being apprehensive in an unfamiliar environment.If you were to take your child to the pool, even after they’ve been in lessons with us, they most likely won’t cry. But if you were to take them to the exact same pool and they were to see us in it, now that’s a different story. They know we make them work hard and who voluntarily wants to do that?

ISR is not like traditional swim lessons; it is a drowning prevention program that teaches survival swimming. Your child may not happily skip to his or her ISR lessons each day at first, but that’s okay. Sometimes as a parent you make sure your child does things for his or her SAFETY because you know they are important. The same can be said for ISR.


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