[Nfbmo] FW: Update: Hy-Vee #1076 now offering ScripTalk talking prescription labels
gwunder at earthlink.net
Fri Aug 18 14:17:50 UTC 2017
I am taking their promotional materials to ourt meeting. If other chapters want some, let me know off list.
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Subject: Update: Hy-Vee #1076 now offering ScripTalk talking prescription labels
Please share with those who may benefit:
Hy-Vee #1076 is now offering ScripTalk talking prescription labels for those who have trouble reading their prescription labels, i.e. blind, low vision, illiterate, dyslexic, etc. ScripTalk is a free service provided by participating pharmacies and En-Vision America.
Hy-Vee Pharmacy #1076
3100 Broadway West
Columbia MO 65203
For more information about ScripTalk or to find other locations visit:
If you would like to participate in Medication Safety Awareness for the Blind week September 9-15 and help raise awareness regarding accessible prescription labels visit:
Public Relations Liaison & Database Manager
En-Vision America, Inc.
sglass at envisionamerica.com
825 4th Street West, Palmetto FL 34211
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