And on the front of the unit there are three rubbery buttons.
One that points down on the left, one that is an oval with a dot on it in the middle and one that points up on the right.
It's a cylindrical shaped device that only has one button so there's no making a mistake.
And it has a speaker so that if you are hard of hearing, you can hold the speaker closer to your ear so you can hear it.
The adhesive will allow you to use it several different times on different bottles before it needs to be replaced.
You start the seven-day tracker with Monday morning. The same thing is true of the four-time-a-day Take-n-Slide. You take your lunch pills with lunch, and each time you slide a switch over.
Then you take an afternoon nap and when you wake up from your nap you think Did I take my noon pills?
Some of these methods include using electronic devices, smart phone apps, and stand-alone talking devices to identify medication. To learn about several options that are currently available, listen as Neva Fairchild, National Independent Living Associate, describes the pros and cons of several products, organizational systems, and labeling techniques. The QR code information can be the information that's on the prescription label.
Access Board has developed a best practice list of delivery methods for providing accessible prescription drug containers. The app allows you to use your phone's camera to read the QR code and then the information is spoken aloud by the i Phone.