Learn the Halliwick Concept and bring it back to your organization, school, or company. The Halliwick Concept is an innovative method for aquatics professionals to help people of all ages with physical, learning, or social disabilities in the water. The goal to help swimmers and non-swimmers build confidence so that they move independently in the water and participate in water activities—for therapeutic, vocational, or recreational goals.
This course, offered by Beit Issie Shapiro, a global nonprofit, is ideal for:
People of all ages and abilities are part of our community. By broadening and adapting your services to fit their needs, your organization can bring in additional revenue, increase positive positioning in the community, and most importantly, do the right thing.
For four decades, Beit Issie Shapiro has been developing, researching and implementing methodologies and best practices for people with disabilities and those around them. A world-renowned innovator in the field, their activities impact the lives of over half a million people annually. Beit Issie Shapiro is proud to have Special Consultative Status with the United Nation’s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) since 2012. Visit their website for more information.
*The DoubleTree Tarrytown Hotel is adjacent to the Shames JCC on the Hudson.
Please contact 914-631-5700 for information.