People often think of their lives in the four different seasons of the year. Swimming is typically thought of during the late spring and summer months. Drowning is also assigned a season. While statistics show that a majority of drowning and near-drowning incidents do take place from May through August, drowning prevention must be an all-year safety concern.
This blog post from Mario Vittone reinforces the idea that "It doesn't have to be summer" for a child to drown. Drowning risks are around us 12 months a year.
Click here to read Mario's blog post.