MedCenter Systems – Perfect Pill Organization Solutions
As we age there seems to be the inevitable need for pills. Unfortunately as we age it can be more difficult to remember to take the pills we need to, when we need to. My inlaws live with us and between medicine and supplements – there are so many pills to be taken at so many different times.
They live with us so we try to keep an eye on everything but they also want their freedom and independence and this MedCenter System makes that totally possible.
This system can set up to 4 Daily Alarms that alert them when their medication is due. A repeating friendly reminder notifies them of the time, the date and which daily dose to take. (“Good morning! Please take your morning pills for the 20th.”) Press the “Alarm Acknowledged Button” to confirm compliance and the MedCenter Talking Alarm Clock tells them when the next daily dose is due.
The pill boxes are labeled, there is a visual clock and an audible reminder. There are so many layers of protection that serve as constant reminders. The audible alarm can also be set to loud or really loud – which is perfect for my father in law who even struggles to hear the TV.
The containers are even color coded so it is easy to see what has been completed and has not been completed.
And when we need to travel – the full MedCenter System may not be the most convenient but the Travel Organizer absolutely is.
The Travel Organizer has the same green/red marked containers.
They slide nicely into a sleeve that velcros closed and easily holds 7 containers that are compatible with the MedCenter System containers.
It folds up nice and tidy and is perfect for traveling.
MedCenter also has many other different types of organization systems – feel fee to check them all out.
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