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How to Make the Ultimate Emergency Kit

It can be overwhelming to make your own first aid kit or Ultimate Emergency kit because you’re left wondering what the essentials might be. Here is a list of things that should definitely make it into your emergency kit.         #1 Ultimate Emergency Kit Item: Backpack A backpack is a crucial element for a handy emergency […]

Salt Water Pool vs Chlorine: What’s the Difference?

What’s the difference between a salt water pool vs chlorine? Is one better than the other? We will go through the pros and cons of each so that you can choose for yourself! Salt Water Pool A salt water pool contains much less chlorine. Salt water pools must still contain some chlorine. Chlorine disinfects, making the pool […]

Best Family Activities in Melbourne Australia

Looking for some fun things to do with your family this summer in Melbourne Australia? Here’s a list of the best family activities in Melbourne for you to look through: Funfields Amusement Park Funfields is the perfect family activity destination for a warm and sunny day! Its filled with refreshing water activities to cool down from […]

Drone Search and Rescue: The Future of Lifeguarding Equipment

With self driving cars and artificial intelligence on every corner and in every publication it’s not a surprise to hear that technology is beginning to affect the world of lifeguarding and life saving as well. While we’re used to our ocean rescue lifeguards throwing themselves into the giant coastal waves, braving the tides, and using […]

Sensory Toys for Autism: Fun Toys for the Pool!

Many children and adults on the autism spectrum experience difficulty processing everyday sensory information. Any of the senses may be over or under sensitive (or both) (The National Autistic Society). Using the pool as therapy, which includes the use of sensory toys to learn about the senses as well as learning how to swim for safety […]

Autism and Drowning: Why Kids With Autism Are More Likely To Drown

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects roughly 52 million individuals worldwide (Autism Spectrum Australia, 2017). Interestingly, aquatic activities and hydrotherapy have been shown to increase social interaction, confidence, and independence in children with ASD (Kumar et al., 2014). Unfortunately, drowning is the leading cause of death in autism. Autism and drowning has been studied to uncover why […]

Autism and Water: Why Autistic People Are Drawn to Water

It is a common understanding that children with autism are naturally drawn to water. Something about that shimmery, cool, flowing liquid seems to capture their interest. Even for ourselves, what’s better than sitting on the beach or by the pool on a warm summer’s day? It’s easy to imagine how anyone would find water attractive. […]

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