While someone is in the hospital or recovering from treatment, gifts that keep people busy are very welcomed.
I was in the hospital for 17 days when I was having brain surgery and recovery. You can read my story here. If I am honest, I had no interest in doing anything as I was so drugged up. But when I got home, I now had 6 weeks before I could go back to work. It was so important to stay sane and keep myself busy. I was so grateful for gifts from friends and family. I even bought myself some gifts to help with my recovery. Need some gift ideas for a friend in the hospital or recovery?
Here are a few of the things I had to help me during my recovery:
Brain Trainer: Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain
Voice Recorder – This is a great one for any person who may be struggling with memory.
Digital Calendar Day Clock: 12 Alarm Options easy choice, Single Alarm, Specific date setting, Choose from Monday to Sunday, daily alarms and tags. One is for Medicine
During recovery, your friend will find many of these gifts useful. If they struggle with sleep, the pillow spray, sleep balm, or medical pillow will be very helpful. If memory is an issue, the voice recorder will be such a game changer as they can go back and listen to their recordings as many times as they need to. Think outside the box and take advantage of getting a gift that will be a definite help for your friend in surgery recovery.