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Updated Recommendations on Water Safety

April 16, 2019

As water safety experts, we want to ensure you have the latest information on water safety to prevent drowning in children. Trusted sources such as the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the United States Swim School Association (USSSA) recently published updates that we encourage all parents to read and understand. Click here to read… Read more

Dry Land Drowning is real. Would you notice the signs?

April 12, 2019

Did you know drowning symptoms can continue hours after leaving water and cause injury, or even death? This website developed by Cook Children’s Hospital is highly educational on the subject of Dry Land Drowning. Something every parent should read. https://www.notoutofthewater.com/

The Dallas Morning News Ranks Emler Swim School in Top 100 Workplaces

November 6, 2018

Dallas, Texas – Emler Swim School, a longstanding expert in the field of swim and water safety education, announced their placement in The Dallas Morning News (DMN) Top 100 places to Work for 2018. With 11 D-FW locations and 280 employees, Emler won number nine ranking in the midsize company category. Nominations were solicited this spring… Read more

Emler Swim School Celebrates Two Decades of Serving Plano Families

June 1, 2018

Emler Swim School, a longstanding expert in the field of swim and water safety education, is excited to be celebrating 20 years of success at its Plano location. Strategically positioned in the heart of Plano, this location has served countless North Texas families since its inception in 1998. “Emler Swim School will be forever thankful… Read more

Drowning is never dry: Two ER doctors explain the real swimming danger kids face

May 14, 2018

For years, always beginning in the spring, reports of “dry drowning” have appeared. Last year, when the death of a young child in Texas was attributed to “dry drowning,” the resulting accounts spread significant fear among parents. Social media, in particular, spread tales of healthy children who suddenly developed respiratory emergencies or even died without… Read more