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I am a spinal injury victim who loves to be in the water.

I have never had any problems with safety or drowning because of my disability until recently.

When someone told me that disabled people should not be allowed to go into deep water.

This is not true.

There are many different ways for disabled people to stay safe and enjoy themselves at the same time in water.

In this blog post, we will discuss some of these strategies that will help keep you safe in the pool or ocean while still having fun and living life.

The first tip to keep in mind is that you should always know the safety rules for a pool before going.

When I go into an unfamiliar pool, I make sure to ask someone who works there where all of the lifeguards are and what they look like so that if I have any problems while swimming.

I can quickly find them or call one over.


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Others might not notice right away in water.

It only takes just a little bit of time without assistance until someone could be drowning and nobody would even see it happen.

This is why knowing about either hidden or public lifeguards really helps with staying.


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