ScripTalk Station: An Audible Prescription Reading Device To Be
Demonstrated On Tek Talk May 12, 2008
The Accessible News Wire May 6, 2008, Indianapolis, Indiana USA
Are you blind or visually impaired? Do you take prescription medications? Do
you know someone else who does? Are you concerned about remembering your
prescription instructions and information? Are you bothered that you
rely on others to read your prescription information? Are you looking for a
way to safely and independently manage your medications? If you answered YES
to any of these questions, ScripTalk Station is for you!
During the upcoming Tek Talk online event sponsored by the Accessible World,
you will learn all about the amazing ScripTalk Station from Envision
America, a small, portable device that speaks all your prescription
information for you. With the press of a button you hear patient name, drug
name, dosage, pharmacy information, warnings, side effects and much more.
Say good-bye to worries, concerns and guessing! This device provides a safe
and easy way to manage personal healthcare for those who cannot read the
information on their prescriptions, and to our knowledge, it is the only
product on the market to meet all federal guidelines. ScripTalk Station
gives you the freedom of voice!
Don't miss this opportunity to find out how this new device works, how it
can benefit you, and how you can help get it into the hands of all who need
Contact: Anna McClure, Marketing Representative, Envision America, Inc.
Date: Monday, May 12, 2008
Time: 5:00 p.m. Pacific, 6:00 p.m. Mountain, 7:00 p.m. Central, 8:00 p.m.
Eastern and elsewhere in the world Tuesday 0:00 GMT.
Where: TekTalk Conference Room at:
http://www.accessibleworld.org. Select the Tek Talk room, enter your first
and last names on the sign-in screen.
All Tech Talk training events are recorded so if you are unable to
participate live at the above times then you may download the presentation
or podcast from the Tech Talk archives on our website at
All online interactive programs require no password, are free of charge, and
open to anyone worldwide having an Internet connection, a computer,
speakers, and a sound card. Those with microphones can interact audibly with
the presenters and others in the virtual audience.
If you are a first-time user of the Talking Communities online conferencing
software, there is a small, safe software program that you need to download
and then run. A link to the software is available on every entry screen to
the Accessible World online rooms.
Sign up information for all Accessible World News Wires and discussion lists
are also available at our website: http://www.accessibleworld.org.
Robert Acosta, Chair, Planning Committee
Pat Price, Founder and Events Coordinator
The Accessible World Symposiums
Vision Worldwide, Inc.
What a great idea! Over here in the UK I’ve noticed that quite a few big name chemists stores (drugstores?) like Boots and Superdrug have started putting braille on their packets of paracetamol and ibuprofen, which is a great improvement. [However it does also mean I bore my friends to death by showing off my recently acquired Braille skills when going in to buy toothpaste in Boots…]