The Pool & Hot Tub Alliance is committed to promoting safe and healthy aquatic environments for all to enjoy, starting with its role as an industry leader, its swim safety program Step Into Swim, and its support of the U.S. National Water Safety Action Plan.
Step Into Swim shares top hygiene tips to keep in mind during this hot summer.
There are many different types of swim lessons, just as there are many different types of swimmers. If you are ready to sign your child up for swim lessons, learn more about the types of available programs
Rowdy Gaines Visits with North Carolina Water Safety Program Swim for Charlie and Beneficiaries of $10,000 Step Into Swim Grant
Searching for a learn-to-swim program for your child, but don't know where to start? Look no further!
Step Into Swim’s very own Rowdy Gaines recently talked with The TODAY Show, alongside fellow Olympians Cullen Jones and Cammile Adams, on swim safety tips and best practices during National Water Safety Month.
It can be tough to know the 'right' time to start swimming lessons for your child, or the 'right' questions to ask. No parent wants to think about their child in an unsafe situation in the water, but the good news is swimming lessons can reduce the risk of both fatal and non-fatal drowning by 88%!
While most people think of backyard and community pools come summer swim season, the truth is swimming doesn't have an off season. Indoor pools are a great resource for children and their families year-round without the pressure of navigating around the weather. No matter the setting, swimming safety best practices still apply. Read more about safety tips for indoor swimming.
Many people are working toward goals they've set for themselves and their families. Why not consider enrolling your child in local swimming lessons this year? In addition to meeting resolutions related to healthy living, exercise, and less screen time, learning to swim is a great way to boost confidence while keeping kids safer in the water. Step Into Swim can be what you need to get started.