Quickly and Easily Manage Your Medications
Durable Elastic Loops
Includes 15 elastic loops capable of holding eleven (11) 30-60 day small/medium and four (4) 90-day large standard pill bottles (bottles not included).
(This product is intended to be used with patient’s original prescription bottles)
Weekly Pill Organizer
The 7-day weekly pill organizer is perfect for managing your daily medications and is two-sided: one for AM morning medications and one for PM nighttime medications.
Expandable Front Pouch With File Manager
Use the 6-pocket, 5 tabbed color file manager to store all essential medical documents. Easily organize and reference documents during doctor’s visits. Store medical records in case of emergency.
Prevent theft, tampering, and children from accessing your Med Manager. Each binder is double-zippered to accommodate a small luggage lock (lock sold separately).
Benefits of Owning a TAWA Portable Pill Organizer
Benefits for the Patient:
- Personal Safety and Health – make sure you are taking the right medication at the right time, all the time. Non-adherence can be very dangerous for patients.
- Reduced Stress Before Doctor Visits – reduce patient stress by organizing and centralizing all medical documents pre-visit.
- Quicker Emergency Response Time – EMT staff and emergency room doctors find the TAWA Portable Pill Organizer can be a lifesaver. They can quickly access your files and have your complete medical history at their fingertips.
3 Tips for Better Medication Management
Invest in a Medication Organizer
Many people underestimate the value of a good medication organizer. If you want to take medication correctly throughout the week, a pillbox is the ideal solution. The best strategy of managing medication is to make sure that you don’t run out of medicine unexpectedly. Plan for medication weeks or days in advance.
This is one of the most common health tips, but is unfortunately ignored too often. A dispenser will help you stay organized but it will not remind you to take the medication. Setting a reminder on an alarm clock or smartphone will help keep you on track. Caregivers should also set reminders for themselves.
Use a Single Pharmacy
We always advise having all prescriptions filled at the same pharmacy. Transferring prescriptions between pharmacies can lead to information being delayed or lost, which can have serious implications for the patient. It also makes it easier for pharmacists to spot ‘red flags’ in case a certain drug combination may be problematic.