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Swimmer Highlight: Oliver Learns to Swim!

Posted on Feb 21, 2019 6:21:50 PM by SwimLabs in learning to swim, in Positive Impact, in special needs swim lessons, in Teaching Swim Lessons, in Kids Swimming Lessons

Since the age of three, Oliver has found the water fascinating. Like many parents, Oliver’s Mom was determined to find the best resource for swim lessons. Seems like a relatively easy thing to do, but Oliver is not a neuro-typical kid. Oliver has autism, is non-verbal, and can be a bit aggressive.

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Getting in the Pool: Diving into The SwimLabs Special Needs Program

Posted on Aug 19, 2017 8:18:00 AM by Dorian Capers in SwimLabs, in special needs swim lessons, in Special Bond, in Teaching, in Swimming instruction, in autism

On August 16th, 2017, I interviewed SwimLabs team member Meg Perron who developed The SwimLabs Special Needs Program and Heather Rodriguez, instructor, who teaches in the program. This will be the first in a series related to the SwimLabs Special Needs program.

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