Infant Swimming Resource (ISR) is a nationally recognized system of aquatic survival instruction for infants and young children. The program focuses on educating parents and children about aquatic survival and safety issues. Sara Brull is a certified ISR instructor. For references on Sara Brull, please click on the "Testimony" link on the left.
ISR is the product of
more than 40 years of research and development by Dr. Harvey
Barnett. Since 1966, more than 150,000 infants and young children
have gone through our program with more than 5 million safe and effective lessons to our credit.
ISR Instructors are the
most highly trained and
qualified instructors in any swimming program
in the country and must undergo strict
annually. Each instructor is academically trained and tested in
areas such as child psychology, physiology, anatomy and behavioral
science to provide the safest lesson possible for your child. In
addition, each instructor spends a minimum of 60 hours hands on,
supervised in-water training working with actual
What your child will
learn: A baby from 6 months to
12 months will learn how to hold their breath underwater, roll onto
their back and float unassisted until someone rescues them. A
child from 1 year old to 6 years old, will
learn how to hold their breath underwater, swim head down, roll
onto their back to
float, rest and breathe; then roll back over to resume swimming until
they reach the side of the pool and crawl out.
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