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Organizations

Nekdoodle® is proud to be affiliated with the following organizations who promote awareness, education, safety, quality and professional development of water enthusiasts.

Aquatic Exercise Association

AEA is committed to increasing awareness, education and networking opportunities to benefit professionals as well as the general public.  With AEA, achieving healthy lifestyles through aquatic fitness is a team effort, supported globally.   AEA desires to embrace cultural diversity in our industry to assure that individuals worldwide can enjoy and employ the benefits of aquatic fitness programs regardless of age, ability, goals or interests. AEA incorporated in 1984 to provide professionals with information and instruction on conducting water programs for consumers; the association served as a chamber of commerce for aquatic fitness.  Now, AEA is an internationally recognized organization of aquatic fitness education for professionals conducting aquatic exercise programs.  AEA offers a certification and numerous continuing education programs throughout the world.  Our Certification is currently offered in 8 languages and has been presented in 30 countries. AEA has certified over 45,000 professionals worldwide and maintains a strong membership base with representation in over 50 countries.  AEA currently offers a certification program in the United States and internationally, as well as in-depth educational programs designed to enhance leadership skills and knowledge in the aquatic fitness industry. Nekdoodle® – Proud to be a Year-round Events Equipment Supplier

Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute

The Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute, Inc. (ATRI) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the professional development of healthcare professionals involved with aquatic therapy. ATRI offers continuing education courses at conferences that will advance the knowledge and skills of the aquatic therapist.  Aqua therapy and rehabilitation research shows benefits for many populations. If you have water available to you in the form of a pool, spa or open water (lake, river, ocean), you can rehab yourself and others. Rehabilitation in water can take place in a warm or cool pool. Therapy and rehab have documented results in pools (or water) from 80 to 98 degrees. Research regarding exercise in the pool is extensive. The teaching and education for aquatic therapy and rehabilitation happens in schools, conferences and online. The most extensive aquatic therapy education is offered by the Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute. Nekdoodle® – Proud to be a Year-round Events Equipment Supplier

Association of Aquatic Professionals

The Association of Aquatic Professionals is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 Organization. Its goal is to bring together professionals from all aspects of aquatics to network, educate, advocate, enrich, and improve the aquatics industry across the United States and internationally.

NDPA – National Drowning Prevention Alliance

The Mission of the National Drowning Prevention Alliance is to prevent drowning and aquatic injuries, by leading, engaging, and supporting our members, chapters, and partners. The NDPA was officially formed as a 501(c)(3) organization in November of 2004. With a volunteer Founding Board of Directors representing multiple focus areas within drowning prevention and various areas of expertise the organization quickly grew and prospered.

Pool Safely

Pool Safely: To improve pool and spa safety, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) launched Pool Safely: Simple Steps to Save Lives, a national public education campaign to reduce childhood drownings, submersion injuries and entrapments.

United States Swim School Association

United States Swim School Association is an association of quality schools devoted to aquatic education for lifelong safety, fun and health. • Preeminent Swim School Organization in the World • Founded in 1988  • Members throughout the United States and abroad  with a reach of over one million students a year