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Video transcript: Easy ways to help with meds at home using low cost Assistive Technology

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Do you have a problem getting your eyedrops in? This little device you simply pop your eye drop bottle in there close the cap. This bit here is actually shaped to go over your eye so you would just pop it over your eye, press the bottle, and the drop goes in.

So this little device is for your eye drops. If you struggle to actually squeeze the drop once it's over your eye you open the container there, you pop your bottle inside, close it together. This bit there is shaped so it goes over your eye you pop it over your eye you squeeze and the drop goes straight in.

Do you have a problem using your inhalers? This little device, you open it up this is where the mouthpiece goes through there. You close it shut, you pop it in and you literally squeeze, and you'll get your dose of your inhaler.

Do you have problems remembering whether you've taken your medication?This little pill box, you literally open the containers up there, it's got the days of the week across there. You'll pop your tablets in all for that time of day. This way you will remember if you've actually taken the tablets for that day or not, or your family members can check that you've actually taken your tablets for that day. 

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