When you think about comfort, do you think about value? When you shop for a new piece of furniture, a bed, a couch, you have to consider what you’re willing to pay for a restful sleep or a relaxing night in front of the TV. Is that where comfort matters most? While some would argue that comfort is most valuable in the home, doesn’t it matter more in times of need?
When you or a loved one visits a hospital, it’s sometimes a daunting experience. It’s not a secret, a healthcare facility can be a stressful place, especially upon entry. It can also be the site of a joyous occasion, a birth, a bill of clean health, but in both trying and happy times, isn’t it important that you’re provided the smaller comforts?