Adaptive Aquatics Equipment Tips
Dive into the world of adaptive swim equipment with Swim Angelfish's FREE mini-course presented by Ailene Tisser and Cindy Freedman, the founders of Swim Angelfish.
Are you a swim instructor teaching children with special needs and disabilities how to swim? This FREE mini-course will open up your eyes to a variety of adaptive swim equipment that will help your swimmers with special needs thrive in the water.
We talk about our favorite pieces of adaptive aquatics equipment, the purpose of each piece, and how these items can be used to develop swim skills, such as rollovers, back floats, strokes, changing direction, and even how items can help to provide resistance for heavy work sessions. We also delve into how these pieces of equipment can be a game-changer for swimmers facing various sensory and physical challenges. Whether your swimmer needs help grasping items or requires extra support, we've got you covered.
In this video, we showcase some of our favorite pieces, including Big Joe Toys, SloMo Balls, Barbells, Smileys, Kick Boards, Neck Collars, Personal Flotation Devices, and so much more!
Water Safety is our top priority, so we'll remind you to always keep a close watch on your swimmers while they use any equipment, and stay within arm's reach. Remember, these tools are meant to be used purposefully for short periods to help achieve specific swim goals.
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This course is your introduction to a wide range of adaptive swim equipment and we guarantee that you will take-away valuable insights, tips, and tricks that you can implement in your lessons immediately.