The hospital's Literally Healing Program maintains a Patient Therapeutic Library - designed to help hospitalized children better understand and master the issues they face on a daily basis.
These issues can include:
Books are taken to the patient’s bedside in a special "Book Moo-bile," which is painted to resemble a cow. In addition to providing books, our bedside readers also distribute magazines in response to requests from patients and from parents. Generous supporters often purchase annual subscriptions to magazines in order to provide a welcome distraction for patients who must spend many days in recovery, or for parents who remain vigilant at the bedsides of their recovering child.
Send Magazine Subscriptions To Literally Healing Program
Send Magazine Subscriptions To
Literally Healing Program
Through the Literally Healing Program, we provide magazines to older patients and parents to help them pass the time during their stay at our hospital. Whether confined to a hospital bed during recovery, or worried about leaving the side of a sleeping child who might wake to find themselves alone in their hospital room, magazines can provide a welcome distraction for patients and families at our hospital.
Generous individuals support the distribution of free magazines as "keepers" to our patients and their parents by ordering a subscription on behalf of the hospital's Literally Healing Program. Below is a list of magazines found to be most helpful to the individuals we serve:
For Teens (Male) Car & Driver For Teens (Female) Seventeen Teen Vogue For Parents People en Español People National Geographic Real Simple - Prices provided are approximate and are subject to change.
For Teens (Male)
Car & Driver
For Teens (Female)
People en Español
- Prices provided are approximate and are subject to change.