ServingWest Volusia County Since 1998
   DeBary ~ Deland ~ Deltona ~ Orange City ~ Osteen

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Swim with Becky & Friends provides
 Aquatic Survival Lessons
 to students of all ages beginning as early as 6 months!






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We also teach Special Needs Students:
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, PDD, or Low Muscle tone are capable of learning aquatic skills that can enhance their lives.

We also do community presentations on Drowning Prevention and Water Safety ​​
What is drowning?

Drowning is defined as: the process of experiencing respiratory impairment from submersion/immersion in liquid.

Drowning results in 3 outcomes:
1) Death, 2) No Brain Damage (no morbidity), 3) Brain Damage (morbidity)

Facts According to The CDC:
  • Drowning Is the Leading Cause of Unintentional Death For Infants And Children Under The Age Of 4
  • Drowning Is The Second Leading Cause Of Unintentional Death For Children Ages 1 to 14.
  • Drowning Is The Fifth Leading Cause Of Unintentional Death For People Of All Ages.
      Alarms + Barriers + Education + Supervision + Swim Lessons = SAFER CHILDREN
 
     






We utilize products by:


 Community Partners With:
           Certified Instructor
        & Drowning Prevention Specialist

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Private Lessons are all conducted on a one-on-one basis and typically are 4 to 6 weeks in duration. Students attend 10 minute lessons daily, 4 days per week, Monday through Thursday

Our one on one lessons for infants teach the student to rotate from a face down position to their back and float. Once they have mastered rotating to their back and maintaining a survival float, they will be required to attend lessons diapered and clothed.

Toddlers and older students are taught to propel with their face in the water, rotate to their back to float for rest and air then to rotate back to their stomach to continue to propel. This sequence can be repeated as needed. Each student will complete lessons in clothing once the skills are acquired.

Once younger students have survival skills, they can join our group lessons. For more information please refer to the Programs page.

As a parent, you have the right to ask questions and observe lessons prior to registering for ANY aquatic program. Aquatic Survival Lessons are never intended to replace barriers or supervision! References are available upon request.

Our lessons are conducted in Orange City at Artesian Pools.