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  • Paula Baker

    *Talking Rx Pill Bottle: A medicine organizer that allows individuals with visual impairments, cognition issues, or low hearing impairments to have their daily medicine already planned out for them. The device reduces medication misuse, and the device is very simple, easy to use, and tells you exactly how many pills to take, when, and what for. The recording unit/stand will fit the most popular medication container sizes. For grandma.

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