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island Property News FAMILY Safety & Security Keeping Your Family Safe during the Pandemic

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he coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has upended family T life around the world. School closures, working remote, physical distancing — it’s a lot to navigate for anyone, but especially for parents. The Department of Health bring us several things that can be done to protect yourself and your family.

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Keeping Your Family Safe During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Expert Advice from Dr. Virloy Lewin, Health Promotion Coordinator at the Department of Health The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has upended family life around the world. School closures, working remote, physical distancing — it’s a lot to navigate for anyone, but especially for parents. Even with the emergence of the COVID-19 vaccine, it will be some time before we see a return to some level of normality (or new normal). However that doesn’t mean you are helpless, to get through the COVID-19 outbreak, family members must remain the essential source of support by helping all family members to feel safe, positive and maintain a healthy mind. There are several things that can be done to protect yourself and your family.

Follow Recommended Preventative Actions: According to the CDC guidelines, good hygiene, physical distancing, and wearing a mask in public spaces are some of the best preventive measures to avoid getting COVID-19. • I t’s important that you wash your hands frequently. Soap and water are most effective, but hand sanitizers that are at least 60% alcohol are also effective at killing coronavirus. • Staying at least six feet apart from others whenever possible.

• Explain and demonstrate hand washing to your child. • B e a good role model. Children are likely to follow what they see the adults practice. • T each your children how and why they need to practice physical distance—keeping a distance of 6 feet—when being out in public spaces.

Promote Physical Health: While being healthy will not prevent you from getting sick, your recovery may be easier if you have a strong immune system. Set a positive example by leading an active lifestyle yourself and making physical activity a part of your family’s daily routine. Any kind of movement done three or four times a week for at least twenty minutes, can be beneficial for your health: this can be walking, running, dancing, yoga, or whatever inspires you to move. Regular physical activity can improve your child’s physical and mental health. Ensure your child stays active every day while taking everyday preventive actions. Here are some things that you can do to assist in maintaining your family’s physical health:

• M ask wearing is not advised for children under the age of two, but children above age two can wear simple cloth masks, as long as they have no health conditions that prevent them from doing so.

• P ractice outdoor activities (while physical distancing), such as bike rides, skating and walks.

Children need time and consistency when adapting to a new routine. Here are some tips to help implement preventive actions in their lives:

• P ractice healthy nutrition, avoid processed meals and maintain your vegetable and fruit intake

• E xplain the importance of hand washing to children — why it is so efficient to stop the virus from spreading. 6 Island Property News • Family Safety & Security 2021 • www.ipn.bm

• P ractice activities at home with your children, such as yoga and improvised dancing.

Protecting Your Family’s Mental Health:

stress so they can learn coping skills from you. • L imit your family’s exposure to news coverage of the event, including social media. Children may misinterpret what they hear and can be frightened about something they do not understand.

Physical distancing, switching to online school, or the death of a family member, are all drastic factors that can affect the mental health of both children and adults. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. However, learning how to manage stress and get through stressful challenges, will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. Some things that you can do to help with mental wellbeing:

• T ry to keep up with regular routines. If schools are closed, create a schedule for learning activities and relaxing or fun activities.

• C onnect with others: Share your concerns and feelings with a friend or family member. Maintain healthy relationships and build a strong support system. • T ake breaks: Make time to unwind and remind yourself that negative feelings will fade. Try taking in deep breaths. Try to do activities you usually enjoy. • S tay informed: When you feel you are missing information, you may become more stressed or nervous. Watch, listen to, or read the news for updates from officials. Be aware of misinformation, especially on social media. Always check the sources of information and only turn to reliable sources such as your local government and public-health authorities. • A void too much exposure to news: Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting.

• B e a role model. Take breaks, get plenty of sleep, exercise, and eat well. Connect with your friends and family members.

Maintaining Social Wellbeing: Help your family stay socially connected. We are social beings and love to connect with our family and friends. Though we are practicing physical distancing, do not let that stop you from reaching out to your friends and family via telephone, Zoom or WhatsApp chat. Check to see if your child’s school has tips and guidelines to help support social and emotional needs of your child. The Family Centre has great online family resources (www.tfc.bm) for keeping families health and happy during the pandemic. Some things that you can do with your family: • E stablish daily routines to promote bonding between family members. • S pend quality time with your family — no work, no chores, just bonding activities.

• S eek help when needed: If distress impacts activities of your daily life for several days or weeks, talk to a clergy member, counselor, or your doctor.

• A nswer questions that your child may have about COVID-19 and tailor your communication approach to your child’s age.

For parents, there are many things you can do to support your child. Children and teens react, in part, to what they see from adults around them. When parents and caregivers deal with COVID-19 calmly and confidently, they can provide the best support for their children. Parents can be more reassuring to others around them, especially children, if they are better prepared.

• P lay with your child. If you are a father, engage more with your child. • Reassure your kids that they are safe.

• T ake time to talk with your child or teen about the COVID-19 outbreak. Answer questions and share facts about COVID-19 in a way your child or teen can understand. • R eassure your child or teen they are safe. Let them know it is okay to feel upset. Share with them how you deal with your own

• M onitor their behaviors. Watch out for signs of stress, such as frequent moments of sadness, unhealthy eating, bad sleeping habits, and difficulty to focus. • R each out for help. Reach to an online therapist if you think your kids need it. In general, the lowest risk events are events that can be held virtually; however, that does not mean that in-person events should not happen at all. It is important for children to get out of the house and find ways of connecting to others. Participating in outside events where physical distancing and masking rules are observed, are generally considered low risk activities, especially if these events are not crowded. Inside events may be safe, as long as ventilation, distancing, masking are in effect. The pandemic will end eventually, and we will all get through this. But it is important to remember that surviving this pandemic is not just about following all of the safety precautions for our children and our families; it is about making sure that our children and our physical, mental and social well-being are tended to, as well. You can turn this crisis into an opportunity for you and your family.

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Keeping our Families SECURE

Expert Advice from Paul Dean of Bermuda Security Group

When we set up home and watch our families grow, keeping them safe and cared for becomes our number one priority. With a global pandemic that has reframed what safety looks like in homes all over the world, it makes sense that what we understand as home security has itself been reshaped. With work-from-home imperatives for many and long hours away from home for others with essential roles, the digital-savvy consumer now demands that their security system serves as more than just a burglar alarm. They are looking for an integrated system that will make their lives easier and will give them the peace of mind to focus on what matters.

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If You Could Prevent Cancer Would You? Expert Advice from Bermuda Cancer & Health Centre

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10 tips to eat well for less Expert Advice from Keelin Hankin BSc RD, Registered Dietitian at Island Nutrition

As we all know it can sometimes be difficult to eat healthily on a budget here in Bermuda. Here are some tips to help:

1. Try not to waste food

Did you know food waste alone now represents 22% of Bermuda’s total garbage? Be strict about buying only what you will eat. Plan your meals so all the ingredients on your list get used and freeze anything leftover that is due to go out of date.

2. Write a shopping list

Plan ahead and try not to go shopping on an empty stomach as we tend to buy more.

3. Buy frozen, tinned or canned

Buying frozen/tinned/canned fruit and vegetables is key to eating

healthy on a budget. They come pre-chopped and ready to use. Not only are frozen fruits and vegetables just as healthy as buying fresh, they can be more convenient to cook! Just remember to rinse the salt of canned veggies if you have a tendency to high blood pressure. Buy canned fruits in juices rather than syrup where possible.

4. Batch cooking

Cook up big batches of meals such as chilli/bolognese/meat sauce/soup whilst bulking this out with lean meats or vegetables. This can then be frozen and saved for packed lunches or dinner for another day.

5. Meat free Mondays!

Meat and fish are typically the most expensive food items on a shopping list. Try cutting down on your meat intake and add pulses/legumes (beans, lentils, chickpeas) to meat dishes to make your meals go further. Pulses and legumes can be some of the least expensive foods on the supermarket shelf. They are low in calories but packed with vitamins, minerals and fibre. They even count towards your 5 fruit and vegetables a day!

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Take a packed lunch and snacks to work to avoid those costly lunchtime meals.

7. Freeze leftover bread

Preferably in portions (for convenience) and when it’s at its freshest (for taste). Store in an airtight container if possible to avoid “freezer burn”

8. Buy cheaper cuts

If you are able to take a little more time with your cooking then buying cheaper cuts of meat such as chicken thigh or braising steak could save you quite a bit of money. These cuts tend to take a little longer to cook and contain more fat than leaner cuts.

9. Surf the web

Cheap does not have to sacrifice taste! Looking online for recipes on a budget can be great inspiration for some healthy meals – as well as supplying you with a shopping list.

10. Buy chicken whole

From a whole chicken you will get 2 breasts, 2 thighs, drumsticks and wings plus a carcass for making stock. If you are concerned about your or your child’s nutritional health and feel you would benefit from support from a Registered Dietitian please contact us at Island Nutrition on 295-4082 or at reception@islandnutrition.bm.


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