What on earth do you buy a person who has just had brain surgery or treatment around the Christmas period?
I absolutely love when Christmas comes around because I just love picking out the perfect present for my friends and family. I’ve always enjoyed the build-up to Christmas. Wrapping up presents and putting them under the tree. These Christmas gift ideas are for people affected by a brain tumour or any person who is going through treatment from a brain tumour.
I was diagnosed with a brain tumour when I was just 25 in 2008, and I know how sad it can be when you are stuck home for Christmas recovering and everyone else is enjoying the festivities going out or having gatherings at their houses. One of the most important parts of recovery is rest.
I hope you enjoy my 23 Christmas Gift Ideas.
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- Make it personal – Personalised Mug
- Pilates For Life – Help to build up the body, without it being too strenuous
- Beautiful Bandanas – Anna Bandana
- Pillow Spra – This I never go without
- Lavender Sleep Balm – Lip and Face Balm
- Warm Slippers
- Headphones Find out why this is a helpful gift HERE
- Make Music Playlist
- The computer game – Brain Trainer
- Memory is a big problem, and this is a really helpful gift to take to appointments – Voice Recorder
- Magazine Subscription
- Photo Frame
- Fake Flowers. WHY FAKE? I hear you ask. It is because after treatments people can be very sensitive to smell and it may make them feel rough– Click Here
- Netflix Subscription
- Amazon Kindle
- Ancestry Subscription
- Tablet Holders
- Bath Salts
- Cap – Available
- This one is a little pricey but if you can reach the budget then a perfect gift – Digital Clock and Calendar
What is your favourite item from this list of Christmas gift ideas?
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