After Levi's death on June 10, 2018, his parents researched statistics on drowning. Their hearts shattered when they learned it was the #1 cause of death. What they discovered led them to this idea of "Water-Guardian" tags.


the research says:

Drowning is a leading cause of unintentional death in children.


69% of drowning incidents were children not swimming, yet they were found in water.


77% of drowning victims had been out of sight for less than five minutes. 

(Consumer Product Safety Commission)

Nearly 80% of drowning victims are male.

the plan:

Drowning prevention requires layers of protection, but supervision is vital.  Designate an adult to be the "Water-Guardian" at all times, even when children are not swimming but have access to water (pool, ocean, lake, stream, river, bucket, etc...) 

There is NO alternative to supervision when it comes to water safety.

endorsed by:

how does it work?

when should I wear the tag?



while preparing


while eating 

while taking care of another child

while getting


while watching a movie or

playing a game