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There will be no shortage of opportunities at the World Aquatic Health Conference (WAHC) to dig in on the important collaborative, coalition-building work that is drowning prevention.
For Autism Awareness Month we've been promoting some amazing learn to swim initiatives that focus on spreading water competence to the whole community and on the therapeutic benefits of aquatic environments for people with autism.
Applications for the CPSC's Pool Safely Grant Program are being accepted until June 5, 2019.
This month, we’ve been following two threads that are vital for our industry: Women’s History Month and—since the season’s upon us—all things workforce.
In honor of Black History Month, we’ve been promoting stories about the vital work of people and organizations we admire, in celebration of their efforts to increase water access and fight for health equity in communities of color.
Keith Coursin has an update from the Ultimate Pool Conference in Charlotte, NC, hosted by Paddock Pool Equipment Company!
This month, we'll also be posting some links on our social media accounts for Black History Month, so please make sure you follow us.
Former NSPF CEO Tom Lachocki reflects on what we've achieved during his 15-year tenure.
Here's our own Rose Lyda with a series of workforce case studies showing how the aquatics industry can adapt to new labor trends.