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SAVE A CHILD’S LIFE with ISR

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Manning Pool Services is proud to offer discounted pool cleaning services to help support the efforts of Emily Foreman of Infant Swimming Resource (ISR).  Emily is a very talented and committed professional in the greater Pearland-Friendswood area, a certified ISR Instructor, and the owner of ISR Pearland.

Infant Swimming Resource, a global leader and the developer of ISR Self-Rescue, is a product of over 45 years of research and hands-on training.  ISR is survival swimming lessons for infants and young children, teaching them skills to potentially save themselves or safely await help, should they accidentally fall into a body of water alone. Within a few weeks, infants and young children are taught how to flip onto their backs, float, obtain air, then swim to the edge of the water and pull themselves to safety or remain afloat until help arrives.

After interviewing Emily recently, Click2Houston reporter Jennifer Bauer decided to put her daughter through the program.  Jennifer said, “As a reporter, I’ve covered more drownings than I care to count. Having a pool in my backyard and a baby, there were nights I would lay awake worrying.  I look at this as an insurance policy.  She has the skills.  I’m hoping she never has to use them.”

For more information about ISR, please contact Emily Foreman through her website:  ISRpearland.com, or the ISR national website at www.infantswim.com.[:es]Manning Pool Services is proud to offer discounted pool cleaning services to help support the efforts of Emily Foreman of Infant Swimming Resource (ISR).  Emily is a very talented and committed professional in the greater Pearland-Friendswood area, a certified ISR Instructor, and the owner of ISR Pearland.

Infant Swimming Resource, a global leader and the developer of ISR Self-Rescue, is a product of over 45 years of research and hands-on training.  ISR is survival swimming lessons for infants and young children, teaching them skills to potentially save themselves or safely await help, should they accidentally fall into a body of water alone. Within a few weeks, infants and young children are taught how to flip onto their backs, float, obtain air, then swim to the edge of the water and pull themselves to safety or remain afloat until help arrives.

After interviewing Emily recently, Click2Houston reporter Jennifer Bauer decided to put her daughter through the program.  Jennifer said, “As a reporter, I’ve covered more drownings than I care to count. Having a pool in my backyard and a baby, there were nights I would lay awake worrying.  I look at this as an insurance policy.  She has the skills.  I’m hoping she never has to use them.”

For more information about ISR, please contact Emily Foreman through her website:  ISRpearland.com, or the ISR national website at www.infantswim.com.



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