|When Nathan was little, his therapists would|
fill a kiddie pool and use a water table with him
|Nathan loves to feel the waves crashing|
into him at the beach
|Nathan would refuse to get in the water without a|
life jacket, he was terrified of drowning
After trying years of regular swimming lessons in a regular class, I decided I needed to try something else. In March of this year, I found Swim Angelfish. They have swimming lessons and swim therapy for children with autism, physical or sensory challenges. All lessons are 1:1 with just your child and his or her instructor. They have locations in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. Like everything else when it comes to autism, it isn't cheap- $60 per lesson- but if you buy a group of lessons in advance, you will get a discount.