Valentine’s Day is a time not only for couples, but also for those in our lives we care about. The winter can bring on depression and loneliness, especially for brain injury survivors, which makes Valentine’s Day a wonderful time to show the survivor in your life that you care. Consider these gift ideas to make the brain injury survivor in your life smile this Valentine’s Day.
1. Make a homemade valentine. Homemade valentines are easy to make and serve as perfect decorations, especially for survivors living in long-term care facilities or rehabilitation centers. Use lace doilies, construction paper or card stock, glitter and of course, a pretty pen to make a beautiful card. Don’t forget to write a heartfelt note inside!
2. Candy. Candy might seem cliche, but it’s always appreciated! A box of chocolates or candy hearts are great options and guaranteed to make your loved one smile. Just make sure there…
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