Next Session Start Date.... September 17
1200 Back Road in Chesapeake
While ISR doesn’t “waterproof” your little one, it certainly gives them an added layer of protection against a parent’s worst nightmare.
The goal of the ISR Self-Rescue® program for children under the age of twelve months is to teach the little ones how to roll over to their backs, breathe, and maintain a float until help arrives.
For older children ages 1-6, the ISR program teaches a swim-float-swim sequence. Toddlers and up are taught to swim when they hit the water, then float for air, then to turn to swim again. They learn to repeat the sequence until they reach a part of the pool from which they can pull themselves out of the water.
This incredible internationally-recognized program includes water safety education for both parents and the student and has saved more than 800 hundred lives.
What Your Child Will Learn In ISR Lessons?
ISR’s unique results are achieved through fully customized, safe and effective, one-on-one lessons with only your child and the Instructor in the water. What your child will learn, and the way he or she will learn it, is what makes ISR so different from traditional swimming lessons. Always putting safety first, ISR emphasizes competence, which leads to confidence, and provides the foundation for a lifetime of enjoyment in and around the water.
What your child will learn depends on his or her age and developmental readiness, but in all cases, at minimum, your child will learn to roll onto his or her back to float, rest, and breathe, and to maintain this position until help arrives.
Students come to lessons 5 days a week, Monday – Friday. Each lesson will be no more than 10 minutes long with just one child in the water at a time. Lessons are individually tailored to meet your child’s developmental and physical abilities as well as meeting their emotional needs. Much is accomplished in a short but very intense private lesson. Y our child will have the same 10-minute time slot each day. You can expect your child to complete his or her initial course within 6-8 weeks.
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