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Managing Multiple Medications

Manage Multiple Medications Easier!

Did you know approximately 20% of seniors are taking as many as 50 prescriptions every year?** That’s a lot to manage, even for the most organized.

Many prescriptions and other pills look alike. It can be difficult to remember which pill is which and for what.

This can be even harder to remember which pills to take at which time for a senior who may also be dealing with dementia, Alzheimer’s, or just getting a little forgetful.

  • Our Comprehensive Care Plan Included:
  • Medication management systems from Direct Link®
  • Calls to help your loved one remember to take medications and the proper dosage
  • Prescription pick-up to avoid any lapses in medication

Staying Organized with Direct Link®

Managing multiple medications can become impossible and even dangerous to the senior. It’s critical to be precise when it comes to prescriptions. Direct Link’s automated medication dispenser is a simple, affordable, and reliable medical alert system solution for managing multiple medications safely and effectively.

Our medication dispenser is engineered with ease-of-use in mind, and often feature friendly and simple interfaces for elderly individuals. These pill-dispensing tools make it easy to manage even the most complex medication regimens, enabling seniors live on their own to stay on track with their prescription meds.

**According to the Alliance for Health Reform

Steps to Care

  1. 1.
    Initial Call Once we’ve received your information, we will have a short 5-10 minute call to answer any pressing concerns and set up a time to meet in person.
  2. 2.
    In-home Care Assessment Here we will answer all your questions, and ask some of our own to craft a Care Plan customized to your unique needs.
  3. 3.
    Start of Care We will come with our Caregiver on the first day of care to go through the Care Plan together and help with introductions.
  4. 4.
    Client Visits Once we have begun care, we will pop in at times our Caregiver is there to see how things are going and determine if we need to adjust the Care Plan.