We wouldn’t be surprised if these gifts help your close friend or family member get better by feeling more at home. These gifts create a sense of comfort and familiarity. There are cute blankets that will replace those clinical light blue sheets, and even a yoga wheel to get them back in shape.
These gifts are bound to make a difference, and go a long way in making their stay in hospital less unfamiliar. Plus, they’ll have something to remember you by when you’re not visiting!
#1 LOUISE MAELYS Portable Travel Folding Hair Brush
When you’re in the hospital, it may be tricky to take care of your personal hygiene and grooming. This discreet folding comb let’s you readily fix your hair just in time for that next visitor!
#2 Plush GET WELL SOON Teddy Bear
Not only is it incredibly cute, but it also comes with 2 casts that can either be signed by colleagues and friends before being gifted to them, or visitors can leave a message as they visit. With this teddy by their side, they’ll make a speedy recovering knowing all their friends and family are sending their love and prayers.
#3 Get Janes Janes Multi-Purpose Gown
Most anyone who has been in a hospital for an overnight or extended stay…will say the worst part about being in a hospital was having to wear a hospital gown.
Janes are a dignified alternative to the thin, flimsy, ill-fitting traditional gowns. They offer comfort, coverage and style. Janes were developed with women in mind for both out patient visits, to be worn during treatment and stays in the hospital.
Janes make the perfect gift for someone in the hospital…and are less expensive than flowers!
#4 SURIN Black Yoga Wheel
Hospital patients sometimes find it hard to get the exercise they need on a daily basis. Thus, it would be great if patient is able to do yoga as it provides patients with gentle exercise that helps them maintain physical strength and muscular conditioning, which is essential for overall health.
With our SURIN yoga wheel, it is a great prop to cater to this exercise as it makes performing yoga poses easier, much more relaxing and non-strenuous.
By doing yoga poses, patients are able to shift from a passive role to an active role in regards to their health, and this staves off depression and apathy, and allows the patients to think, reflect and simply be.
By focusing solely on performing the asanas using the SURIN yoga wheel, patients will be able to stop worrying about the future or thinking back to the past because they are grounded in the present moment. Quieting the mind, if only for a short time, leads to reduced stress levels and a higher quality of life.
Hospitals and relatives can provide care that is more holistic and complete by offering the SURIN yoga wheel to their patients.
#5 Faux Fur Throw Blanket
Hospitals aren’t known for their luxurious bedding, so why not help your hospital-bound feel a little more comfortable with a soft blanket. This faux fur blanket provides warmth and comfort in what’s often a cold and sterile environment. The best part is that they can take it home with them when they’re discharged for a gift that lasts.
#6 Kashwere Basket Weave Robe
Kashwere’s exclusive chenille yarn is woven to create a lush texture at a lighter weight for all year round comfort. Features a 3/4 length, shawl collar, two front pockets and a double loop belt for easier fitting. Kashwere is a wonderful alternative to cashmere and cottons as it won’t shrink, pill or wrinkle and is easy to maintain.
#7 Isabel Throw Blanket
With an intricately woven cable knit design and smooth color palette, this perfect to keep someone warm while they are in the hospital. Knit on the front side while the back has a warm wool to keep one cozy.
#8 Paloma Throw Blanket
Available in bright pink, teal and ice blue, this throw blanket is the perfect way to add a little brightness to the hospital roo. Featuring a chic chevron pattern, this piece will create a sense of eye-catching charm.
Beth Noll from Gift Observer
Sharon Linder from GetJanes, LLC
Lawrence Teoh from Surinworld
Adina Mahalli from EnlightenedReality
Parinaz Farzin from Paynes Gray