ADAPTIVE SWIM LESSONS
Lessons for Diverse Abilities
Our All Kids Swim classes strive to get everyone the chance to learn how to swim, no matter what diverse abilities they have. Our trained instructors are able to provide the best learning experience for each individual.
One-on-One Group Learning
Geared toward those who struggle in group learning or simply need or want to get the most out of their swim lessons, this one-on-one approach allows everyone to move at their own pace while still coming together before and after as a group.
Adaptive Swim Lessons
With adaptive swim programs, we can ensure that everyone, with or without diverse abilities, can learn to swim. The program focuses on participants learning basic swimming and water safety skills in a group setting but with one on one instruction too.
All Kids Swim | T/Th
Eight 30min classes in an adaptive 4 week session for kids with special needs and a parent or guardian.
Class: T/Th 4-4:30PM
Fees: Household Members $40
2021 Registration Dates
Registration: Aug 22-28, 2021
Session: Aug 30 – Sept 25, 2021
Registration: Sept 26 - Oct 2, 2021
Session: Oct 4-30, 2021
Registration: Oct 31 - Nov 6, 2021
Session: Nov 8 – Dec 4, 2021
Registration: Dec 27 - Jan 1, 2022
Session: Jan 3-29, 2022
Registration: Jan 30 - Feb 5, 2022
Session: Feb 7 - Mar 5, 2022
Registration: Mar 6-12, 2022
Session: Mar 14 - Apr, 9 2022
Registration: Apr 10-16, 2022
Session: Apr 18 - May 14, 2022
The Minot Family YMCA and Prairie Grit Adaptive Sports have collaborated to create a program designed to teach children with special needs swimming skills. The All Kids Swim program is focused on participants ages 4-14 years learning basic swimming and water safety skills in a group setting with individualized instruction. In addition to safety awareness and swimming skills, the aquatic environment provides many benefits for these children:
proprioceptive input that assists with reducing repetitive behaviors, provides calming input, and resistance for exercises
provides a positive leisure activity for the child and their family
improves strength, coordination, range of motion, perceptual and spatial awareness, muscular and cardiovascular endurance and relaxation
improve mood, body image, decrease anxiety, and increase self-esteem
improve self-care skills before and after swimming