Infant Swimming Resource Lessons

Infant Swimming Resource Lessons

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Destini Crevier teaches life-saving skills in her Infant Swimming Resource lessons. Photo courtesy of Destini.

Destini Crevier, daughter of Keenan and Donna Steckler from Aberdeen, is teaching Infant Swimming Resource (ISR) lessons in Aberdeen from Jan. 17 to Feb. 25 at the AmericInn. She made the decision to offer infant survival swimming lessons after learning that there weren’t any instructors in South Dakota. After graduating from Roncalli High School, Destini attended SDSU for Human Development and Family Studies.

Bringing these life-saving skills to children in her hometown is imperative to Destini because drowning is the number one cause of accidental death in children under the age of four. The ISR program is for children six months to six years of age, providing them the tools to save their own life if they ever fall into a body of water alone. //—Josie Clemens

To learn more about Destini’s lessons and the ISR program, find “Destini Crevier ISR-Brookings, SD” on Facebook or call 605-216-1644.