Amenities for those in LTC

Maya’s Granny (see sidebar) unfortunately had a heart attack recently and is struggling back. While she isn’t blogging as regularly as before, she does explain why. In addition, her children have also helped everyone keep up with news. This is an excellent although unplanned use of a web log.

Today she posted a list of items from the expert’s perspective (recipient) that we all too often forget or wished we knew when a friend or family is in care.

Amenities:
If you know anyone staying for a while in a hospital or extended care facility, among the things that will make life good for them, are: […]

I would add a flannel shirt or some other easy to use coverup. Add your suggestions to Maya’s Granny or below.


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1 Response to “Amenities for those in LTC”


  1. 1 naomi dagen bloom 2008 April 11 at 10:13 am

    wonderful you posted about maya’s granny and her very difficult life changes. thought somr who knew her better would post on her progress. been checking in periodically and was impressed by her family’s efforts. and sad about how limited her financial resources. thanks.


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