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WGNTV: Scuba diving an unlikely tool for kids and adults with autism

Discussion in 'Diveheart' started by DiveHeart, Aug 18, 2014.

  1. MrChen

    MrChen Solo Diver

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    Jim, is there a minimum certification level required to be a buddy?
     
  2. DiveHeart

    DiveHeart DiveHeart Instructor

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  3. MrChen

    MrChen Solo Diver

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    Talk to me about what is required of the diver being assisted.

    Again, I'm in the early phase of getting my daughter with CP in the water. What would I need to purchase for her to get in the water? I have tanks. I imagine she'll need a wetsuit. I'll probably buy a wetsuit and install zippers on it. Booties.

    As for BC, I imagine I need to rent one. What about the full mask? Is this something I'd want to rent as well?
     

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