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Someone who is in palliative care is someone who has an illness that has limited their quality of life. It is designed to help them live a higher quality life and approaches their illness from multiple directions, instead of just one. If you are looking for a gift to give someone who is in palliative care, one of encouragement and support is always best.
An Adult Coloring Book Full of Encouragement
Being in palliative care is likely challenging and stressful, with this Color Your Day Brighter coloring book, they can be encouraged on a daily basis by coloring.
Self-Therapy Worry and Anger Journals
Sometimes illnesses come are accompanied by feelings of worry and anger. These journals are designed to help them work through those feelings.
Healing Intention Candle
Help them set an intention of healing with this candle that was made for that very purpose.
“Faith, hope, love” Gratitude Journal
Keeping their mind on the things that they are grateful for, and reminding them about faith, hope, and love in their life, could be the difference between them feeling down or not.
“Keep fighting” Necklace
Remind them to keep fighting, no matter what. While this necklace is made for people with breast cancer, it is encouraging to anyone who needs to fight through their treatment to come out the other side stronger.
“Calm” Mini Pocket Stone
You can bring more “calm” to their live with this mini pocket stone. They can hold it and rub it to help them stay calmer.
Boxing Gloves Poster
The boxing gloves poster can be hung up on their wall to remind them to keep fighting as well.
“Strength” Leather Bracelet with Brass Clasp
Sometimes their strength will be low, but with this leather bracelet, they may feel more strength than they would otherwise.
“She believed she could, so she did” Wooden Block Sign
Believing in herself might be the difference between a treatment working and not working, and the fact that this is on a wooden block sign is great because it can be put up in her room so she can see it every day.
Happy Thoughts Coloring Book
Help them work on happy thoughts with a Happy Thoughts coloring book to color in.
“Be brave” Necklace
They are brave, even if they can’t see it right now.
“You are stronger than you think” Keychain
Remind them how strong they are, now, in the past, and as they go into the future, with this keychain.
“You’re pretty” Cosmetic Bag
They are one of the prettiest people you know, but being in survival mode may have them feeling less than pretty. Give them some basic makeup in this “You’re pretty” cosmetic bag so they can get a boost in confidence.
“We’ve got this” Mug
It’s not just them, it’s both of you, fighting this illness together.
Inspirational Scriptures Bracelet
Give them an inspirational scripture bracelet to remind them that they have both you and God on their side.
Favorite Coloring Pages by Jade Summer
The coloring pages in this set are some of the most popular by Jade Summer, which means they will almost definitely be a hit with your loved one who is in palliative care.
A Box of Sunshine
They can always use a box of sunshine to lift their spirits.
“You are lovely” Framed Wood Sign
They will need to be reminded of how lovely they are every day, and this sign is a great way to do so.
Anyone who’s spent time in a hospital setting will tell you, comfy warm slippers are an essential.
“Thankful” Throw Pillow Cover
You are thankful for them and their treatment plan. You can put this on a throw pillow and add it to their room for both a reminder and for comfort too.
Being in palliative care may be challenging for them sometimes, but thank goodness they have you to encourage them or be by their side.