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Swim Lessons Help Build Speech Skills

Did you know that 8 percent of children in the U.S. have a communication disorder (speech delay, stuttering, swallowing disorders, cluttering, etc.)?

Did you know that speech and hearing have a huge impact on a child’s ability to learn and communicate socially and emotionally?

Did you know that swimming can help children with speech disorders practice therapeutic everyday skills?

Having a speech impairment can be frustrating for a child who feels that their disorder is prohibiting them from making friends, properly communicating their wants and needs, and articulating their thoughts; which can lead to a lack of focus in the home and classroom. For many parents, discouragement settles in when having to accommodate for their child whose disorder is getting in the way of everyday activities.


At Houston Swim Club, we are great at teaching lifesaving skills, but did you know we can also provide the accommodations and environment for a child to incorporate what they have learned in speech therapy in a fun, social setting?

Here are some simple ways that swim lessons can help build speech skills:


At HSC, we value meeting each student’s unique and individual needs. Whether we are teaching your child their big arms or encouraging them to go down the slide, we provide a loving environment that builds confidence and promotes growth in swimming, as well as other areas of their development.

We love your kids. We teach them lifesaving skills and so much more!

Written by Avery Sauer – Instructor at Houston Swim Club Sharpstown & current University of Houston student completing her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders 

Sep 10, 2019

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