Do You or a Loved One Experience Any of These Problems?


Problem: Occasionally you forget to take your medication...

Problem: Occasionally you misplace your medication...

Problem: You can't keep track of all the interactions between various drugs and nutritional supplements. The more prescription medicines, over-the-counter medicines and/or supplements you take, the more difficult it is to remember all possible interactions - a dangerous scenario...

Problem: You are having some trouble staying on a schedule for individual medications. For example, have you ever forgotten to take your morning pill only to try and "make up" by taking it at night? With certain drugs, this can have negative consequences...

Problem: Your medications change or you occasionally try something new and can't keep up with the new information, routines and schedules that always seem to change...

Problem: You are having some difficulties reading pill bottle labels or the labels on your medication tray.

Problem: You occasionally or regularly forget to reorder your medications.

Problem: You have some trouble portioning out or pouring your medications into trays. Occasionally you mix up days and pills, taking either too much or too little of a medication.

Problem: You are using medicine that is older than 6 months. This is medicine that should have been consumed already. Medications lose their potency over time so don't keep old medications in circulation....

Problem: You experience mild side effects on occasion but don't want to go through the hassle of scheduling, visiting or "bothering" your doctor.

Problem: When you go to the doctor, you don't have organized, updated medication records that can give your doctor clarity of your current health situation. How can she make good, informed decisions concerning your health without this critical information?

Problem: Working with doctors, pharmacists and their staff can be difficult at times. Out of love, a relative like a daughter or son may try to help manage your health along with the associated medication chaos. But, because they are so busy with their own lives, it's difficult for them to keep up with the demands. It may be putting strain on your relationships.

Problem: Your loved one does not listen to you about taking their medication correctly. They seem to respond better when the doctor tells them...

Problem: Many seniors today suffer from age-related brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s. Regardless of which stage of progression they are in, medication non-compliance will occur...

Problem: Your caregiver (home health aide, personal care aide, etc.) "Trays up" your medications. This is not only dangerous, but illegal in most states. It is illegal in New York. RN's and licensed practical nurses are the only caregivers qualified to tray medications...

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