Dry Drowning Debunked

You may have heard of stories about children experiencing a potential drowning incident, appearing to have not suffered any serious complications, only to stop breathing hours or maybe even a week after the original incident. This event has been labeled "dry drowning" or "secondary drowning" and has spread across social media like wildfire on more than one occasion. 

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Benefits of Year-Round Swim Lessons

Swimming is often thought to be just a summer activity but that isn't always true! For this reason, Atlanta Swim Academy, along with so many other facilities, have indoor pools open throughout the year. Swimming is a year-round sport and children are likely to experience significant benefits from taking advantage of this activity more than just a f...
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November 2019 Employee of the Month is...

We would like to congratulate our ASA November 2019 Employee Of The Month Dylan Villhauer!! Dylan is a reliable team player who has been picking up shifts left and right, and is always looking for proactive ways to solve problems.  Dylan's positivity at the desk and problem solving has been awesome. ASA is proud to have Dylan on our team!!
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October 2019 Employee of the Month is...

We would like to congratulate our ASA October 2019 Employee Of The Month MJ Hoffman!! MJ is a team player, displays all of ASAs core values, picks up shifts, always willing to learn, positive attitude and has grown into a leadership position in a short amount of time! ASA is proud to have MJ on our team!! When you have a minute please congratulate ...
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September 2019 Employee of the Month is...

We would like to congratulate our ASA September 2019 Employee Of The Month Annslee Loffert!! Annslee's upbeat approach to classes keep things FUN! She is respectful when talking to kids, parents and ASA co-workers. Plus, she is constantly picking up shift to help out and make sure swimmers continue to learn. We know we can expect a great shift when...
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September is Emergency Preparedness Month

Make A Plan ​ Step 1: Put together a plan by discussing these questions with your family, friends, or household to start your emergency plan. -How will I receive emergency alerts and warnings? -What is my shelter plan? -What is my evacuation route? -What is my family/household communication plan? Step 2: Consider specific needs in your household.&n...
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A note from our Swim Program Manager:

Plan for a Great Trip! ​ As we help grow young swimmers to be safer in and around water, there are many safety lessons that carry over into our daily lives. As we enter into the beautiful fall season in our corner of Georgia, many of you will venture out onto local lakes and other bodies of water. Thinking of all the fun you will have on these trip...
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