Nevada Law Requires Talking Prescription Readers

Pharmacist with patient talking about ScripTalk talking prescription labels

Great news for all Nevadans who can’t read the tiny print on their medication labels! A new law, Nevada SB 131, mandates that all pharmacies offer talking prescription readers to their patients free of charge. The law takes effect on January 1, 2018.

Prescription readers work together with talking labels to read aloud all of the information on a medication label. The labels and the reader are free; large print labels and Braille labels are also available at no additional cost.

Watch: ScripTalk video  More info: Accessible Prescription Labels Fact Sheet

Here’s how to get ScripTalk talking labels:

Ask your pharmacist. If your pharmacist doesn’t offer them (or has never heard of them) you can call us for assistance in finding a participating pharmacist in your area.

Search for a participating pharmacist. Plug in your zip code to find a local pharmacist.

Call us. We can help you get set up with a pharmacy in your area. Call 1-800-890-1180.

Fill out the form. You can also contact us by filling out the form below. Please note, your information is kept private and will not be shared with anyone.

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If you’re having trouble reading your prescription labels, please talk with your pharmacist about talking labels or contact us and we will help get you set up with a pharmacy in your area. This service is free and talking labels are free. Contact us today!

We look forward to helping you.

You can also call us at 1-800-890-1180. We look forward to helping you! 

Please note we are available Monday-Friday, 8:30-5 Eastern Time only. 

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