101 Awesome Things To Do for Someone Who’s Sick

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101 Awesome Things To Do for Someone Who’s Sick

$11.70

This books includes my story “Adopt a Granny and Send Flowers, too!”.

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WINNER OF INDIE EXCELLENCE BOOK AWARDS for 2014

Created by award-winning author Elaine Wilkes, it’s a collection of heart-warming stories from people of all walks of life. This thought-provoking book, which is available in paperback and for the Amazon Kindle, is filled with wonderful ideas to make life easier for anyone who is ill.

For example, did you know there are websites with free services that organize food delivery, help raise funds for medical bills, and even provide personalized entertainment?

There are also ideas for nurturing, gifts, fun, inspiration, care-giving, and so much more.

This also shows people at their best–when faced with the worst.

Here are the sections:

Awesome Ideas from Inspiring Stories
The Loving Side of Technology
Awesome Ideas for Caregivers and Advocates
Tasty Food Ideas
Practical, Easy, Helpful Ideas
Making it Super Special (Takes more time)
Nurturing Ideas
Emotional Support
Great Gift Ideas
Ideas from Patients
Final thoughts

Elaine Wilkes has a Ph.D. in naturopathy (alternative medicine). She also has a master’s degree in psychology, with degrees in nutrition and communications.

In addition, Elaine has had an accomplished career as an actor. She’s appeared with such stars as Bruce Willis, Ted Danson, Larry Hagman, Courtney Cox, and Madonna. She’s worked with such legendary filmmakers as John Hughes and Blake Edwards.

Elaine has starred in a string of successful films, which include Sixteen Candles and Blind Date. Her list of TV credits includes roles on Designing Women, 21 Jump Street, and the hit show Dallas.

You can even get a LOOK INSIDE of the book before you buy.

Listen as I read my very personal story.

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