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Palmetto company providing free prescription medication-reading technology for visually impaired

PALMETTO, Fla. (WFLA) – A Palmetto-based company is providing the visually impaired community with free technology to make everyday life a little easier.


En-Vision America created “ScripTalk,” a prescription medication-reading technology.


“It’s very user-friendly, as it only has three buttons on the top for operations and the on/off button is a wheel that’s at the front and it also controls the volume. So it works with text-to-speech technology and RFID, which is radio frequency identification,” said Director of Sales Amanda Tolson.


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