How to make a Caregiving Present to your Elderly Patients
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When working in the hospital, you always see a lot of older people. I know I'm still young, but I see so many older people and growing older every time I'm working. When I'm at work I try to make my patients as happy as possible and show them respect and love. If you're looking for caregiving services for your family or even patients that you believe need it, Sam's Club offer's Family Caregiving Services. When I was walking around Sam's Club trying to figure out what would be perfect for a present, I thought why not make a present to my patients.
Want to know what Family Caregiver Services is? It's a one-stop destination for all of your caregiving needs, including prescription refills, personal care products, and free health screenings. When you're at Sam's Club you can find more such as pick up, subscriptions and health and wellness services.
Sam’s Club has tons incontinence products that you can choose in store or online:
Poise® Liners – Light Absorbency Poise® Pads – Maximum Absorbency Depend® Fit-Flex® Underwear for Women and Men
Don't forget to download the Digimarc Discovery app and once you have done so, you can scan the Depend packaging and it will take you straight to the Sam's Club Caregiving Website.
When you go to Sam's Club, you know you are always saving every time you shop, even on the depend box you will find how much you will save!
When I'm doing Physical Therapy on my patients in the hospital, I always think how awesome would it be if I made them presents and they would be so happy that I just took some time to make a cute present for them. I think presents aren't only for my patients but anyone, so I think giving someone a perfect present and the extra care people need, this will make everyone's day!
How to Make an Care-giving Present:
I usually will just gather a bunch of things they would love. I bought some floss, electric toothbrushes, and some yummy treats, hand sanitizer, shampoo, lotion and few other items. I went on a overload with buying things for them, but all the matters is how happy they will be when they see what I bought them!
For the bigger items, I'll wrap them in Christmas paper, the rest of them I'll put them all in cute present bags with fun paper on top. I will add the huge box of Depend or PoiseThen I wrap them all up just like Christmas presents and then bring all these to their room in the hospital and say, I was thinking about you and here's some amazing items for you to have! Then I will get the biggest smile on their faces! Also, make sure you tell the family of your patient that they can go and check out the Family Caregiving Services at their local Sam's Club.
What type of present items would you pack for your patients or your family members?