Adult Water Safety

Every year more than twice the number of teens and adults lose their lives in water related incidents than children. Learn more about how to prevent adult drownings.

Many factors contribute to drowning among this population:

But the most common element in adult water-related incidents is swimming alone.

You are never old enough to swim by yourself.  Kids are taught that they must have a supervisor and to “swim with a buddy” as they get older.  The same is true for grown-ups.

Adults they aren’t drownproof either and to follow two simple rules: Never swim alone and never swim impaired.