Drowning is one of the most common causes of death of children in Canada. It is therefore extremely important to know the various ways that parents can prevent drowning of children and protect them. Here are the 3 different ways parents can prevent drowning of a child in a private pool.
Never Leave Children Unattended
This is the first rule of water safety. Having watchful, attentive eyes on your children as they play and swim in the pool or near the pool is the best way to ensure that they are always safe. By supervising your child, you will be aware of what is happening to them or around them and in the event of drowning, you can intervene before it is too late.
Do Not Let Children Swim In The Deep End of A Pool Alone
If your child is not an experienced swimmer, especially if they have not passed deep end swim tests at your local community pool or other swimming institutions, it is not advisable to allow your children into the deep end of your private/community pool unattended. Keeping your child away from dangerous areas is a great way to institute safety,
Teach Them How To Swim
Swimming knowledge and water safety education is a preventative measure that parents can take to ensure that their child has a less likely chance of drowning. By enrolling your child into professional swimming lessons at B&C Aquatics, your child will receive high quality and personalized training and water safety education so that they can swim to the best of their abilities fearless.
Remembering these 3 things is the best way to ensure the safety of your child around a pool. Put your child’s water safety first by enrolling them in B&C Aquatic’s professional kids & toddlers swim lessons today. Call us at 905.420.4141 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.