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Hello! My name is Debbie Coldiron and I am a Certified ISR Instructor. For my training, I drove to Alabama to become certified because bringing these necessary skills to my community was so important to me and my family. I have been married to my husband for 31 years and we have 29 year old boy/girl twins. I also have 3 grandchildren under the age of 4 and they all have completed and or are participating in the ISR program. To know that my grandchildren have an extra layer of protection and respect for the water is a wonderful feeling. It is a pleasure and a privilege working with parents and children providing this aquatic problem solving environment to families in my community. I firmly believe that Infant Swimming Resource is crucial in preventing drownings and saving precious lives.

I offer lessons at a private facility near 19th and Bryant in Moore.

Ready to Begin Lessons or have questions? Email me at with your desired location and lesson time and I will email you more information. I look forward to working with you and your little ones!

Financial Assistance:
Financial Assistance is available to those who qualify. ISR’s goal is to prevent drowning and through our ISR Community of Caring, we offer lesson fee scholarships to families in need, to ensure that no child is prevented from enrolling in ISR Lessons due to financial need. Funds are set aside by ISR on an annual basis for families in need to apply for financial assistance to cover a portion of the cost of program participation.

You can help too! Please visit the Infant Swimming Resource SEAL STORE to purchase ISR apparel and merchandise. Portions of the proceeds from sales on the Seal Store will go to our Community of Caring Scholarship Program, which assists under privileged families in providing their children the potentially lifesaving skills learned in ISR lessons. Thank you for your support!

Refresher Classes:
Refresher lessons are extremely important in continuing and maintaining your child's ISR Self-Rescue™ skill development. Children grow and develop rapidly from infants to toddlers and young children. This development process represents improved strength, coordination, and a more finely tuned cognitive ability. In accordance with this growth, children enrolled in ISR return periodically to participate in Refresher Lessons.