Drowning is the number one leading cause of death in the United States for young children!!! ISR is a program developed by professionals in the health, medical, and aquatic industries-- with the only goal to provide communities, families, children the skills they need.

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ISR Self Rescue is the standard lesson program for children age 12 months to 6 years. This program will provide your child with the skills to self-rescue (roll to their back and breathe for those under 18 months while those over 18 months will be taught to swim/float/swim). Lessons are 8 to 10 minutes per day, 5 days per week, for typically 4 to 6 weeks. Children 18months and younger typically finish the program in 4 to 5 weeks while older children usually take 6 weeks as they have more skills to acquire. For this program, you will be charged $200 upfront for the first 2 weeks of lessons and then invoiced $100 per week each week until graduation (again typically 4 to 6 weeks). These lessons are offered Monday through Friday in the late mornings. It is expected you attend Monday through Friday; absences due to illness or other emergencies will be accommodated. Every effort to attend 5 days per week, when possible, should be made.

I also will be offering Maintenance Lessons for those that have already graduated the standard program but are looking to keep skills sharp and ready. Only sign up for this if you have already graduated the basic ISR Self Rescue program. In this case, I recommend you sign up once or twice per month. These lessons are offered on Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Some weekend positions are available upon request.




ISR Self-Rescue ®
These are the standard ISR lessons discussed on the  ISR website. These lessons usually take five to seven weeks to complete.

For infants 18 months and younger, the basic curriculum is to teach them to safely self-rescue by recognizing the aquatic environment, establish breath control, control body movements, then roll on their back to air AND breathe!

For children over 18 months, the same skills are learned as above, but are also taught to kick to safety and SAFELY BREATHE.

Maintenance
These lessons are for children who have already completed survival lessons. Maintenance lessons help students to maintain their skills and confidence throughout the year. Ideally, maintenance lessons should be scheduled at the intervals recommended by the instructor, typically 1 to 2 times per month.