LIVE WEBINAR 

Water Safety for Your Autistic Child

with Dayna Harvey

Find Peace Of Mind This Summer

Is your little one dipping their toes in the water for the first time or are they already splashing around like a fish? Either way, it's vital that we equip them with the right tools and knowledge to stay safe.

Drowning is the leading cause of accidental death for children with autism and they are 160 times as likely to die from drowning than the general pediatric population, but it can be prevented.

Join our editor Sharon Longo and experienced swimming instructor Dayna Harvey for our empowering water safety webinar Water Safety for Your Autistic Child.

In just 45 minutes, you’ll learn drowning prevention tips for all ages and stages, including how to mitigate sensory seeking. You’ll walk away confident and reassured that you can keep your ASD child safe.

Dayna Harvey

Practice with the life jacket even in the bathtub! You don’t need a life jacket in a bathtub but we do need it when we’re around water.

We have so many opportunities to practice these things with our kids and the more we do it, the more successful they’re going to be in understanding the rules and the boundaries around water.

Which then, as parents makes our lives so much easier.

Dayna Harvey

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Bathtub To Ocean

Water Essentials For Kids Of Any Age

  • Strategies for Wandering, Elopement, and Sensory Seekers
  • Choosing the Right Life Jacket for Your Child's Size and Needs
  • Tips For Identifying Quality, Construction and Legitimacy
  • Comfortable Floatation Devices for Autistic and Sensory-Averse Children
  • When to Avoid Life Jackets and Why
  • Conversations and Controversies Around Water Wings
  • Home Water Safety for ASD Children - Bathroom Basics
  • Swim Environments - Controlled vs Open Water
  • Simple Tips to Teach Your Child About Water Autonomy
  • Strategic Scheduling of Safety Precautions for Easier Adoption of Water Rules
  • Consistent Messaging For All Environments and From Every Family Member

Give Your Kids a Lifesaving Gift - The Skills to be Water Wise

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Becky Damgaard

Dayna Harvey

“I have been teaching swimming lessons for 36 years, and I have worked with so many children who have been neurodiverse, from an ADD or ADHD diagnosis to Asperger’s and all the way through the ASD spectrum.


I know that parents with children who are neurodivergent struggle with finding resources for their children, but when it comes to water safety and swimming lessons, the resources diminish even further. With the information that I would like to share, I hope this will educate and empower parents to know how they can be involved in their child’s water experiences, as well as what to look for and the questions to ask when looking into organized swimming lessons for them.”

You can find out more about Becky by following her on social media or visiting the Son-Rise Program Website.

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