Medication Box for Mom Pills
Smart Medication box for Mom’s Pill and Supplements can prevent disaster
Med-Q Smart Pill Box with alarms to give Mom the quality of Life she Deserves. Med-Q Electronic Pill Boxes was designed with Triple alarms to prevent mistakes. Wondering if they need an AM, PM Pill Reminder? Well the answer is a “BIG YES.”
CDC says people 65+ have twice the risk of ending up in the ER with med errors. The risk gets worse. This is why we created Med-Q Smart 7 or 14 day Programmable Medication box or Pill Organizer with Alarms. Not an Obsolete 7 day pill box or non programmable pill holder, Med-Q Smart Pill Reminder with alarms is a Virtual Caregiver at Medication Time to remind and guide.
Blythe MO) Phylicia K. My Mom Passed a year ago and now we are trying to take care of our Dad. I have a brother and a sister that help. Unfortunately, my sister lives about 200 miles away and can do much. e were trying to make sure that our Dad Was taking his pills. It was a losing battle. We found out he was missing 2-3 days per week.
Phylica got her Dad the MED-Q Pill box with alarm. The problem has gone away. Her Dad was taking 6 pills every morning. One of the three siblings would fill her Medication timer every to weeks, We had no problem with mom forgetting pills but dad forgetting medication was different. medication, The flashing and beeping alarms has been great.
A private Assisted living facility is expensive. A single apartment can cost up to 90 thousand dollars a year. This is the basic cost with no extras. The Medq Pill box has a priced under 60 dollars. The average assisted living facility costs over four times that per day. It is silly to say,but, the pill box would pay for itself before breakfast.
If Mom forgetting pills is a problem, then this is for you. Is Dad forgetting medication? The MED-Q Smart Pill Clock to the rescue. This 21st Century Pill clock is a perfect Alzheimer’s pill alarm. Teaching alzheimer’s suffers early on can help them better manage their medication. The American Alzheimer’s association recommends a medication timer as a strategy first.