Social Distancing in a Multigenerational Family
Families have been forced to shift their daily routines while socially isolating. Putting a new routine in place in the beginning will eventually help your children adjust to these changes and keep the new situation from overwhelming them. Tip: Aim for finishing homework in the mornings and reserve chores for the afternoon.
2. Maintain distance and hygiene habits while in public
While making grocery shopping trips, maintain social distancing measures by staying at least six feet apart from other people and wash your hands regularly. Also, make an effort to avoid crowded places as much as you can.
3. Go outside
Although it’s advised to avoid community playgrounds or pools, getting some fresh air can do wonders for morale and be a great way to maintain physical and mental health. It also alleviates potential claustrophobia that may occur while spending lots of time with family in close quarters.