Has age diminished your vision, and placed taking medication on your ‘to-do’ list?
This can be a dangerous combination as you can misread a label and medicate incorrectly. Thankfully, there are accessible prescription labels available to help people with low vision/blindness take medications independently and correctly. These labels are available nationwide at all local Rite Aid and Walmart pharmacies, but due to North Dakota law are not available here.
- cvs.com Home Delivery (audible prescription labels)
- Express-Scripts.com/tricare (large print labels)
- Walmart Mail Order (audible prescription labels)
- Humana Mail Order (audible and Braille prescription labels)
- CVS/Caremark PMB Mail Order (audible, large print and Braille prescription labels)
- Rite Aid Mail Order (audible, large print and Braille prescription labels)
- United Healthcare/OptumRx Mail Order (audible prescription labels)
Depending on your vision loss and skill set, the following options are available:
- Large Print labels, ScripView
- Braille labels, BRL
- Audible labels, these require the use of a label reading device called the Script Talk Station, to experience the audible label click here.
So, if you use a mail order pharmacy and have vision loss, next time you order, request the accessible label option that best meets your needs.