In the Parent/Child aquatic program, skills are taught to make both children and parents comfortable in the water together. Under the direction of trained staff, parents learn how to develop their child’s strength and confidence in the water, while maintaining a safe swimming environment. Infant aquatic classes are a fun, special time for parents to interact with their children and with each other.
(Ages 6 Months-3 1/2 Years)
Water Discovery (Ages 6 Months-3 Years)
In this beginning class, the children along with their parents or caregiver discover the water environment and how to safely enter and exit the pool. Additional skills demonstrated in the class include bubble blowing and rolling over from front to back and back to front.
Water Exploration (Ages 2-3 Years)
In this beginning class, the children along with their parent or caregiver continue the process of discovering the water and spend additional time on adjustment. Additional skills demonstrated in this class include more independent floating skills, back and front gliding, and entry to and exit from the pool.
If the Y cancels a program, a 100% refund will automatically be issued.
If a class is cancelled by the Y due to inclement weather or an emergency, every effort will be made to offer a make-up class. If the YMCA is unable to do this, credit for the missed class will be issued.
If participants are unable to attend the scheduled make-up class, no credit will be issued.
If the refund request is received by the YMCA at least 1 week prior to the program start date a 100% refund/credit will be issued.
If the refund request is received by the YMCA by or after the first class, regardless of when the participant was registered and whether or not the participant attended, no refund/credit shall be given.
If a program participant withdraws due to a medical reason, with written verification by a physician, a prorated refund/credit will be issued. Please note, the request must be submitted within two weeks of session end date.
*Less a $15 processing fee per person/per program.