There is very little research on the use of applied behavior analysis (ABA)to teach children with disabilities how to swim. To date, the current research in this area is almost3 decades old. Following an initial swim assessment,6 children with various disabilities and various swimming experiences were enrolled in a swim program that utilized the American Red Cross curriculum. Swim skills were taught using ABA strategies. At baseline, clients demonstrated a range of between2 to 11 different skills. Following 10 swim lessons, the clients demonstrated a range of between5 to 29 different skills. These results suggest that teaching swim lessons using ABA strategies may be a quick and efficient method of teaching children with various disabilities how to swim.