It Doesn’t Have to Be Summer

People often think of their lives in the four different seasons of the year. Swimming is typically thought of during the late spring and summer months. Drowning is also assigned a season. While statistics show that a majority of drowning and near-drowning incidents do take place from May through August, drowning prevention must be an all-year safety concern.

This blog post from Mario Vittone reinforces the idea that "It doesn't have to be summer" for a child to drown. Drowning risks are around us 12 months a year.

Click here to read Mario's blog post.