Drowning Prevention Links
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General Drowning Prevention Links
The Foundation for Aquatic Injury Prevention (FAIP) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to reducing the number of diving injuries, drownings and near drowning injuries.
乐动体育登录 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s Healthy Swimming Program provides information for the public, public health and medical professionals, and aquatics staff so everyone can maximize the health benefits of swimming while minimizing the risk of illness and injury.
乐动体育登录 The NDPA recognizes and supports drowning prevention efforts for people of all ages and addresses drowning risks in all bodies of water, emphasizing research, awareness, and policy changes to impact the incidence of drowning.
The National Swimming Pool Foundation is dedicated to helping people live healthier lives through aquatics. The Step Into Swim™ Campaign is a 10-year initiative to create 1 million more swimmers.
Pool Safely is a national public education campaign through the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commssion that works with partners around the country to reduce child drownings and entrapments in swimming pools and spas.
The Pool Safety Council (PSC) is a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit advocacy group dedicated to overall pool safety and, specifically, the prevention of child drowning nationwide.
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