National Community Pharmacists Association
- Larger Font or Extended Label - Printing with larger font, or printing extra copies of prescription information with larger font, or Using extended labels.
- Braille Labels - Using Braille labelers to provide important information on the label.
- Magnifying Glass - Providing magnifying glass with prescriptions.
- Raised Labeling - Print out labels with raised labeling so that patients can feel the writing.
- Varying Bottle Sizes - Using different bottles sizes for different kinds of medication so that patients can differentiate based on bottle sizes.
- Pill Boxes - Pharmacists fill medications in pill boxes, instead of putting it in pill bottles.
- Bubble Pack - Pharmacists fill medications in unit dose bubble pack, instead of putting in in pill bottles.
- Marks on Bottles - Put visible think marks on bottles to distinguish different medicines.
- Color Coded - Use colors to distinguish different medications.
- Prefilling Supplies - Prefilling such medications like insulins in a syringe so that patients do not have to draw themselves.
- Rubber Bands - Using rubber bands to distinguish different medications.
- Voice Glucometer - Utilizing voice assisted glucometer for people who have vision problems.
- Scrip Talk - The pharmacist attaches a talking label to a prescription. The patient places their prescription container on top of their ScripTalk reader and presses the READ button.
- RFID Chip
- Talking Reader that patients can use.
- Audio Materials/Recordings - Providing Audio materials in a CD, or recording consultation and providing patients with consultation recordings.
- Extended Consultation, Caregiver - Providing extended consultation and ensuring patients understand accurately while attempting to provide education to caregivers as well.
- Telephone Service - Providing telephone access to pharmacists 24/7 regarding any questions or concerns.
- Home Delivery - Delivering medications directly to patients.
- Feel Pills - Having patients feel pills when they pick up, so that they can distinguish by the shape and texture of pills.
- Using specific supplies - Making sure to receive same branded generic product continuously so that patients can be familiar with feel of the medication.