KPB AlertsAgencies on The Kenai join together to help #stopthespread. We ask you to do the same.
For more information on the coronavirus please visit: coronavirus.alaska.gov
For all agencies responding on the Kenai Peninsula Borough please visit: kpboem.com
#Coronavirus #COVID19 #KenaiPeninsula #Alaska #PreventionMatters #InOurHandsAK ... See MoreSee Less
“Remember we are going through this as a world. The 5-Stages of Grief aren't always experienced in order and you can bounce in and out of stages. I've found myself bouncing in and out in the span of an hour.
Own your feelings. They're okay. Validate other's feelings. They're okay too.
Thanks to Linda for walking us through this breathing exercise that helps us manage our stress responses and maintain resilience.
Alaska Children's Trust Breath is one of the most powerful ways to build resilience. As part of our #resilient19 campaign fellow Alaskan - Dr. Linda Chamberlain, sent us some tips on how to transform breathing into a tool for calmness.
We'd love to hear how you are faring during this pandemic and quarantine. Share your video with us, it can be heartfelt, funny, offer tips or pose questions to your fellow Alaskans. Let's build a resilient community by sharing! Message us your videos or tag us and hashtag them #resilient19. ... See MoreSee Less
Here's a great visual reminder from the City of Valdez!Social (Physical) Distancing: Valdez Style
During the past couple of weeks, you've been hearing a lot about the concept of social distancing. But social distancing does not mean social isolation. Think about it more in terms of *physical distancing* to help us as a community #akFlattenTheCurve. At least six feet of physical distance to be exact.
Many people in town measure distance in time instead of mileage. So we thought we'd make a handy infographic to help put this whole six feet of physical distancing thing into Valdez terms. Enjoy!
Learn more: www.valdezak.gov/COVID-19 and coronavirus.alaska.gov ... See MoreSee Less