A toddler slips out of the house and heads for the family swimming pool. The boy falls in the water, and sinks, but something amazing happens next. Instead of drowning, he flips on his back, floats to the top and cries for help.
Too good to be true? You decide! Watch the video making the rounds on the Internet.
An organization called Infant Swimming Resource is teaching baby aquatic survival skills and drowning prevention classes to infants as young as 6 months old.
Harvey Barnett Ph.D. and his wife JoAnn have developed Infant Swimming Resource (ISR) into a nationally recognized program with a specific mission: prevent childhood drowning through specialized survival training. According to their statistics, since ISR’s inception in 1967 there have been more than 1700 aquatic survivals witnessed and 783 survivals unwitnessed.
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