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Taking your baby swimming for the first time: top tips Taking your baby swimming for the first time: top tips
The information in this article is based on the expert advice found in trusted medical and government sources, such as the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. We have a skilful and passionate team of trained and qualified baby swim specialists to help everyone learn, stay safe in the water, and have fun during classes.Of course, that’s not what we are discussing; but the fact remains that your baby can go into water at any age if the surrounding conditions are given your cautioned attention. Make sure your pool’s drain covers are properly maintained, as suction from drains can trap swimmers.
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Water temperature is especially important for children under the age of 3, who are at a higher risk of hypothermia. Discover how to find the best swim nappies for your baby, or get tips on taking your baby swimming in the sea. Some organisations also offer specific classes for babies who are premature or have additional needs.That being said, the chemical content and risks involved in most swimming pools mean that your baby should be at least 6 months old before taking a dip. Because every child is different, though, you may find your little one isn’t ready to start swimming lessons until a little later. Don’t panic, this is not unusual and can be down to a change in routine, being unsettled or ‘grizzly’ or just having an ‘off’ day.