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Accessible Prescription Labels: Talking, Large Print and Braille Labels and Prescription Readers

Having trouble reading your prescription bottles? Ask your pharmacist for accessible prescription labels!

Many pharmacies across the US and Canada have adopted the “ScriptAbility” accessible prescription labeling system to meet the needs of patients who are blind, visually impaired, or print impaired. The system includes ScripTalk talking labels and prescription reader units, ScriptView large print labels, and Braille labels. These labels give patients access to all of the printed label information, including patient name, drug name, dosage, instructions, prescription number, date, pharmacy information, warnings, and patient education leaflets.

Read more about accessible prescription drug labeling: Accessible Prescription Labels Fact Sheet

Accessible prescription labels are FREE. If you or a loved one needs accessible labels, talk to your pharmacist. If your pharmacist does not offer these labels, call us for assistance: 1-800-890-1180 and we will help you find a pharmacy in your area.

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Pharmacist and ScripTalk Station reader

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Keyboard with a Translate key

  • 17 Languages
  • Pharmacist Verified Translations
  • Translation Provided for Warnings and SIGS
  • Prints Both Translation and English Text onto Label
  • Learn More About Translation

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Prescription bottle with Braille label and printer

Ask your pharmacist today for FREE accessible prescription labels.  If your pharmacist does not offer this service, we can help you find a participating pharmacy!

1-800-890-1180

You can also find a participating pharmacy in your area by searching by zip code here.

We look forward to helping you!

More info: Accessible Prescription Labels Fact Sheet

Click here if you live in Nevada – SB131 Talking Prescription Reader Law helps Low Vision Residents

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