Child Youth & Family Health

Swim and Survive

The Royal Life Saving Society Western Australia

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About Us

The program develops skills across the following areas: • Entries and exits • Sculling and body orientation • Movement and swimming strokes • Survival and personal flotation device skills • Rescue skills • Water safety knowledge. Specific activities and programs that cater to CaLD communities include: • ‘Keep Watch’ parent/carer presentations for new arrivals and migrant women’s groups; • Water safety DVDs developed in multiple languages for new arrivals to WA.

Quick Facts About The Region

The Royal Life Saving Society Western Australia is located in the suburb of Mount Claremont, the council of Nedlands and the federal electorate of Curtin.