Helping Blind, Visually and Print Impaired Clients Safely Manage Their Medications: Talking Prescription Labels

Client using ScripTalk talking prescription medication and ScripTalk Station Prescription ReaderDid you know that talking prescription labels are available for your clients who are having trouble reading their prescription labels?

Talking prescription labels and prescription readers are widely available across the US and Canada at no extra charge at participating pharmacies.

Talking labels use special RFID tags, which are placed on a medication by a pharmacist. A patient uses a prescription reader device at home to listen to all of the information on the medication label.

Show your clients how to safely and independently manage their medications. Request a free info pack, sample bottle and a ScripTalk demo unit (free loaner) by filling out the form below!

When filling out the form, please reference the items you need as described below and pictured:

  • Request rack cards, which can include talking labels, large print labels, and Braille labels (you can order more at any time by using the form)
  • Request a ScripTalk demo unit (provided on loan) to show clients and community how talking labels work
  • Request a sample accessible prescription labels (APL) bottle with all label options (talking RFID label, large print label, Braille label, CSSL-controlled substance safety label)
  • If you’re comfortable using apps, you can turn your phone into a talking prescription reader: request a demo ScripTalk app bottle and download the ScripTalk app
Advocate Info Pack for Medication Safety Awareness for the Blind

Depending on your needs, your Advocate Info Pack can include (from left to right:) NCD brochure; MSAB flyer; ScripTalk, ScriptView and Braille brochures; ScripTalk Station demo unit with sample RFID bottle; sample APL bottle with talking, large print, Braille, CSSL (controlled substance safety label); and ScripTalk app demo bottle. 

Info Pack Form/Demo Request



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Many people do not know about these life-saving options. YOU can change this! Become a Medication Safety Awareness for the Blind (MSAB) advocate to help spread the word about accessible prescription labels! Read more about MSAB month every October!


Brochure: National Council on Disability NCD Best Practices Prescription Drug Labeling

Fact Sheet: Accessible Prescription Drug Labeling Fact Sheet

Flyer: Medication Safety Awareness for the Blind MSAB campaign flyer

Video: Medication Safety Awareness for the Blind advocate video


Some Background Information and Accessibility Laws:

ADA and Effective Communication

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

United States Access Board Best Practices 

Nevada SB 131

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