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Kids Don't Float

Alaska's award winning Kids Don't Float Program has become a model for educators and injury prevention specialists throughout the U.S. For more information about how to start a program in your area or to request a presentation contact our office.


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Kids Don't Float Lesson One

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KDF Peer Educators

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Posters

Lesson One Poster

Kids Dont Float School Flyer
Peer Educator Poster

Become a Peer Educator Today Poster
Pool Session Poster



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-   In the last 10 years, 105 more Alaskans died in recreational boating accidents than died in commercial fishing.   -  9 of 10 of those who died were adult males   -  5 of 6 experience a capsize or fall overboard into Alaska's cold water   -  3 of 4 involve powerboats   -  Half are in salt water, half in fresh water   -  9 of 10 involve boats under 26 feet in length  - 5 of 6 fatalities are swamping, capsizing and falling overboard