By Shannon Purcell, AngelMom to Kyle and Swim Instructor

(Joshua Hamrick featured in picture, age 10)

10506587_10152544659052138_1110026605025538702_oWe know Angels are fascinated with water, let’s have a fun and safe summer!




  1. Touch supervision…be within arm’s length of your child at all times
  2. Arm floaties, noodles, inner tubes should not be considered safety devices under any circumstance. A coast guard approved life jacket is always recommended.
  3. CPR is a must and saves lives. Anyone with a seizure disorder should always be monitored with one on one supervision
  4. Make sure your pool is up to code and always make sure a minimum of a 4-foot fence surrounds the pool on all 4 sides and separates the pool from the house.
  5. Be aware that drowning can happen even in very shallow water. Wading pools should always be emptied after each use.
  6. Swim Containment Briefs

    Floatation Devices

    Pool Alarms