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Here's what it says:
How to Put Together a Hospital Care Package for Teens
A hospital stay is never fun. It’s especially un-fun for teenage patients who would rather be out doing what teens do. They’re just old enough to understand why they need to be in the hospital and just young enough to be justified in feeling that “it’s so unfair!” The reality is that hospital stays are usually a package deal of long, boring stretches broken up by the poking and prodding that adults insist is critical to care. A well put together care package can help to break up the boredom without the prodding.
Things You’ll Need:
T-shirts and lounge pants
Mp3 player and ear buds
Stationery and writing utensils
Letters, cards and notes from friends
Grab an assortment of magazines. Themes should include current events, entertainment and, of course, magazines geared to teens. Wrap a stack of the magazines like a gift package, complete with fun wrapping paper and ribbon.
-- like cars, jeeps, motorcyles, rolling stones, etc.
Pack up one or two t-shirts and coordinating lounge pants. For body conscious teens, the lack of coverage available in traditional hospital garb can be more traumatic than all the poking and prodding combined. Tees from home are broken in, comfortable and individualistic.
Charge up the mp3 player, sync it up and bring it in. This one needn’t be wrapped in anything other than its ear buds. Bonus if the mp3 player has photo or video capability. Music is an essential part of life for most teens and hospital rooms rarely come with radios.
Put together a simple stationery set. Package pens, pencils, notepaper, envelopes and stamps together in a vinyl document envelope. Write the teen’s name on the outside in fancy lettering for a personalized touch.
Compile a group of handheld games. It can be in the form of a single handheld system with cartridges or a variety of individual electronic games. These can often be picked up fairly inexpensively at discount stores or borrowed.
Gather well-wishing notes, letters and cards from friends and classmates. Nothing brightens a teen’s day like hearing that other teens care, even if it is the old-fashioned way.
--Hope this helps