Pool safety is a big issue all year round in Florida, but especially in the summer. That is why the Orange County Health Department (OCHD,) along with the Florida Department of Health (DOH), is offering a free alarms that could help save a child from drowning.
It is available to Orange County residents who have a residential pool and children between the ages of one and nine. The free alarms can be placed on a door or window leading out to the pool area. They are being provided through a statewide drowning prevention campaign called WaterproofFL while supplies last.
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