If you or a loved one has a challenge reading their prescription labels, you are not alone. Globally, more than 2 billion individuals experience blindness or vision impairment, according to the World Health Organization. There is a solution available for FREE at thousands of pharmacies throughout the United States and Canada — ScriptAbility.
How effective is this solution in improving medication safety and independence? The results of an independent study speak for themselves: Almost all study participants (98%) reported feeling safer taking their medications since using ScripTalk.
Whether you would prefer the medication information read out loud, in a larger print format or Braille, ScriptAbility features all these options. We also offer Controlled Substance Safety Labels (CSSLs).
For more information on any of these solutions, call us at 1-800-890-1180.
• All medication information is programmed by your pharmacist into a small electronic tag that fits on any size or shape containers
• Prescription information can be read out loud with a FREE ScripTalk iPhone or Android App or a ScripTalk Station (similar in size to an old, portable CD player).
• Multiple Languages are available
Call us today at 1-800-890-1180 to get signed up.
Is the print on your prescription medication hard to read? ScriptView presents three different labeling options to assist you with your medication safety.
Large Print Labels: Your pharmacist attaches a large print, booklet-style label to your medication.
Dual Language Labels: Your pharmacist attaches a booklet style label that features an easy-to-read font and includes both English and a second language.
CSSL: Controlled Substance Safety Labels are attached to your prescription in a booklet-style form that clearly identifies the medication as a controlled substance and provides a link to a safety video to help ensure compliance and adherence.
A Braille label lets you quickly gather important information about your prescription information, including:
• Patient Name
• Drug Name
A clear, Braille overlay is added on top of your existing prescription medication label. It features the label information in Grade 2 Braille.