What Is In The Childhood Chemotherapy Gift Box?
Snuggly Blanket: A snuggly blanket to take to hospital or to use on the sofa or at home in bed.
Anti – Nausea Wrist Bans: Anti-nausea wristbands are a proven way to take away the queasy feelings brought by some chemotherapies. They are non-invasive and very simple to use. Useful for any chemo patient.
Ginger Chews: Ginger chews can help with the side effects of nausea. The taste takes a little getting used to, but they do work.
Peppermint Herbal Tea Pyramid Teabags: Peppermint tea has properties to relieve chemotherapy nausea. It also has health benefits. This naturally caffeine free drink, can be a soothing warm drink to add the diet of children with cancer. Parents can also benefit from the teas relaxing qualities.
Catch-able Bubbles: JUST FOR FUN: These catchable bubbles stay on your hands and clothes. A great distraction and just a lot of fun for all ages.
Scrap Book And Accessories Pack: Get creative with this scrap book and forget about everything else.
USB Light: A flexible light which can be used with the power bank. Under the covers or in the dark.
Useful Items for a Child Chemo Patient
Ladybird Back Pack: A fun backpack to take items to therapy and keep them safe.
Earphones: Spare earphones are handy to keep by the bedside or when travelling. They can be used with most phones, mp3 players and tablets. To be used for playing on devices and listening to music in bed/hospital or waiting for appointments.
Ladybird Water Bottle: Keeping hydrated is very important for a child with cancer. This children’s cancer present has a fun water bottle which folds flat, so is easy to transport anywhere. The bottle is BPA free with a capacity of 380ml.
Portable Power Bank: This power bank is both light and ultra portable. Useful for making sure a tablet or MP3 doesn’t run out of battery, particularly when on hospital visits, overnight stays or convalescing.
Access to Cancer Resources: Created to support people affected by cancer (including parents, friends, family and carers)
Contents Information: A bright explanatory leaflet.