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Ear Plug Compliance Plays Important Role In Preventing Swimmer's Ear
Date:5/7/2013

n if a lifeguard is on duty, a child should never swim alone!  Kids should always have an adult supervising by land and preferably another adult by sea.  Swimmers of all ages in all depths of water can develop cramps underwater, hit their heads on the diving board, float too deep on a raft, or experience a water accident that requires immediate response. Plain and simply, never leave any child unsupervised by or in the pool or other body of water.
  • The Fish Test: Your child may be more confident about their swimming abilities than you are, so it's important to have them show you and the lifeguard that they can comfortably and safely swim in designated swimming areas. Under close supervision, ask your child to show you some basic swimming techniques such as holding their breath, treading water and swimming underwater. Make sure their demonstration is depth-appropriate and be honest about their 'fish test' results by telling them where they are able or unable to venture based on your observations. Make sure the lifeguard supports your 'fish test' findings.
  • Watch Now. Read Later: Reading poolside can be very relaxing and enjoyable, but since pool accidents can occur quickly and need immediate response, try to wait to read during your child's designated pool breaks. Instead use this time to enjoy the water with your child and get some exercise at the same time.
  • Let Them Be Sponges: While it might seem that swimming might come natural over time, it is best to provide age-appropriate swimming lessons from professionals to instill proper skills and confidence. Learning from professionals will also lessen the stress on mom and dad to instruct their children directly.
  • Changing Waves: Even if your child is comfortable in your backyard pool, swimming in a community pool, ocean, lake or water park are each a completely different setting and have a new set of distractions and safety issues to be aware of.
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