Medication reminders & pharmacy trips
When medicine mishaps occur, they often result in hospitalization. One on One caregivers assist in managing medications and can even help you handle them.
Seniors take prescriptions and over-the-counter medications more than any age group. Oftentimes, a pillbox alone doesn’t provide enough organization. Prescriptions can be confusing. And you might find yourself uncertain about what you’ve taken and how much you’ve taken.
With many personal care agencies, caregivers cannot administer medication. They may simply place medicines in front of you. Our caregivers work for clients directly. They not only remind you to take medicine but also ensure that you, indeed, take them on time and correctly. If you require assistance with pill placement in your mouth, One to One caregivers can provide that, along with help drinking water to swallow your dosages. Unsteady hands can make such tasks difficult.
Trust your caregiver to monitor you, your medicine, and any side effects.
Our caregivers prepare schedules and help with tracking inventory, as well as recording and reporting negative side effects. They double-check dosages and certainly watch for complications, especially with new medications. They make pharmacy trips and return to sort and coordinate pills before you take them, ensuring detailed instructions are always carefully followed. In the event of allergic reactions or other emergencies, One to One caregivers are there to reach out to medical professionals.
Your medicine is meant to improve your health and quality of life. We’ll make sure it’s all managed properly. We’ll develop a customized system that works and keeps you safe.
We’ll pick up your new prescriptions and refills, and we’ll scheduled your dosages and safely administer them.