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Kids Aquatic Survival School

It's not just about swimming... It's about surviving.* Kids Aquatic Survival School (K.A.S.S) provides highly effective individualised one-on-one aquatic survival instruction for children 6 months to 6 years.
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Kids Aquatic Survival School shared TODAY's post.Thursday, January 17th, 2019 at 9:34pm
How do KASS Kids keep cool?

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#keepingcool #floatingisfun #9today #kidsaquaticsurvivalschool
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Kids Aquatic Survival School shared Lifeguard Hoppo's post.Thursday, January 17th, 2019 at 4:20am
It baffles us too Hoppo

In Australia there is a lot of focus on “swimming” lessons and the focus needs to shift to survival lessons. Because a person doesn’t drown due to a lack of swimming ability. A person drowns when they are unable to hold and maintain an effective body position for breathing. When children learn to survive in water it can translate to all aquatic environments. So as they are graduating through life from childhood to adolescence, they understand their limitations and don’t over estimate their abilities. Water safety education is vital and the skills taught need to be realistic for the person, given their age and aquatic environment.
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Lifeguard Hoppo
When infants can learn to float and survive why is it adults are unable to learn to float to survive. 62 people have drowned already around Australia this summer. #float #staycalm #survive #kidsaquaticsurvivalschool
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Kids Aquatic Survival SchoolWednesday, January 16th, 2019 at 11:50am
7 months old and lesson #8 for this little star 💫 #swimsurvival #floattobreathe #swimfloatsurvive #kidsaquaticsurvivalschool
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Kids Aquatic Survival SchoolTuesday, January 15th, 2019 at 6:36am
5 year old boy was pulled from a 1.2 metre deep pool at Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre in Frankston.

"Frankston Police said the child had been under the water for one minute and 58 seconds before being rescued by a lifeguard.

The boy was given CPR and revived before being taken to Frankston Hospital where he was treated for water inhalation."

Well done to the team at PARC - Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre for a quick response and early intervention.

http://baysidenews.com.au/2019/01/14/close-call-for-drowning-child-at-parc/?fbclid=IwAR0K1ZYVfdGeQGJc7XShEWLUZSzuFyQ79Jj3WFCX5vM-QRox2I4PYhX_2w8
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Kids Aquatic Survival School shared ISR Self Rescue Swim Swim Safe Kentucky LLC's video.Saturday, January 12th, 2019 at 1:36am
This story and video shows how flotation devices such as puddle jumpers can give a child a false sense of security whereby the child may over estimate their abilities. It further shows how quickly drowning can happen. Thankfully the child was swept up in time.
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My mother in law and I took my two girls (both ISR graduates) to the pool. We noticed some little boys swimming in Puddle Jumpers. Their mom was on the side of the pool with a baby and their grandmother was sitting at the edge of the pool reading a book. I wanted my mother in law to video tape my youngest swimming and floating to show my husband. As you can see from the video, the little boy somehow got into the water without his puddle jumper on. There are multiple fountains at the pool so no one heard him get in. We didn’t realize he was underwater until his mom jumped in to save him. He never splashed, never made any sound. It wasn’t until we watched the video later that we realized it had all the caught on camera. We had both been focused on my children. The child and mother was obviously extremely distraught but luckily aside from being scared and coughing a lot he appeared to be ok.
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Kids Aquatic Survival SchoolFriday, January 11th, 2019 at 1:54am
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