As the weather starts to get warmer, we’ll begin to open pools, de-winterize boats, and dust off water skis and paddleboards. Water activities present their own set of risks, so make sure you’re taking the proper precautions. It only takes a moment. A child or weak swimmer can drown in the time it takes to reply to a text, check a fishing line or apply sunscreen. Death and injury from drownings happen every day in home pools and hot tubs, at the beach or in oceans, lakes, rivers and streams, bathtubs, and even buckets.
Swimmers should keep a few safety precautions in mind:
Always be aware and be in the present moment when enjoying water activities with your children. Following are a few water safety precautions:
Every pool, lake and warm summer day holds the possibility of new, fun summer experiences. All you need to add is your undivided attention.
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