Buoy Safety With These Swimming Pool Tips

Swimming Pool Safety TipsSummer Safety As You Swim

After the harsh winter we experienced this year, you and your family are likely on the hunt for ways to get outside and soak up the sun. One of the best ways to do that is by heading out for a pool day together. When you do, it is important to keep some swimming pool safety tips in mind so that everyone can enjoy the day without worry. Here are a few of the most important to review before you head poolside.

  • Lessons: As soon as your children are able, teach them to swim. Pediatricians say that children can begin to learn as young as age one, although you should evaluate your children’s emotional maturity and physical limitations before lessons begin. By putting your kids ages 1-4 in formal swim lessons, you reduce their risk of drowning by up to 88 percent.
  • Flotation Devices: If your children are just learning to swim or cannot swim, invest in life jackets that fit properly. Water wings and pool noodles will not offer the same protection as a life jacket.
  • Supervision: Even once your children are experienced swimmers, constant supervision is still the key to recognizing issues in the water so they can be quickly and easily addressed. With younger, less experienced swimmers, practice touch supervision- or keep them within arm’s reach at all times.

Implementing these swimming pool safety tips will help give you peace of mind so you can relax this summer. Another way to ease your mind is to ensure you have the right insurance coverage in place. To talk with the New York insurance experts about the protections your family needs, contact Scavone Insurance Agency Center LLC. Serving White Plains and beyond, your safety is our priority. Call us today to get the coverage you need to rest easy this summer!

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