Tracking Your Medicine: How to Keep It Simple and Safe is a clear, concise and important tool for everyone. For those who take multiple medications or have more than one doctor, it can make medical treatment easier and safer. Tracking Your Medicine helps eliminate confusion for seniors, adult children of aging parents, and caregivers. It’s easy to use and helps you and your doctors track your medicines and avoid dangerous drug interactions. Make sure your partner knows the medicines you take in case of an emergency. Don’t let your pills–or not taking them–make you sick!

Tracking Your Medicine: How to Keep It Simple and Safe is as current today as it was when it received a 2005 CAREGIVER FRIENDLY AWARD in the Book category! The award from Today's Caregiver Magazine and states: "This award signifies that you understand the value of supporting family caregivers and have created something that not only helps a caregiver care for their loved ones but also improves his or her quality of life in the process."


Tracking Your Medicine

About the Book

Do you know what medicines your partner takes? Do your children or partner know what you take or who your doctors are?

Tracking Your Medicine: How to Keep It Simple and Safe, the first BoomerView ElderCare Guide is available now. Tracking Your Medicine is a how to guide with easy to use forms that will help you discover how to:

* Know what to ask your doctor or pharmacist about your prescriptions;

* Track your prescriptions and over-the-counter medications;

* Create a medicine taking schedule;

* Centralize your medical history, medical and emergency phone numbers;

* Find important drug information on the Web;

* Be Aware: 34 Vital Tips for Safe Medicine Use. 

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"This booklet is geared to older adults or caregivers of older adults who are having difficulty managing medications...This practical guide should help organize medicines and insure they are taken properly." — Update, Family Caregiver Alliance, National Center on Caregiving

"Samples illustrating how to fill out each form are included. A section on safe medication usage is a highlight of this resource." —Alzheimer’s Association, Rochester, New York

"This guidebook will definitely improve both communication and medication compliance. It is an excellent tool for caregivers and children who wonder about their aging parent’s medications." —Engaging the Aging, Lutheran Senior Services

In addition, it also has been listed or featured in the following publications (that we know of):

The Caregiver, Newsletter of the Duke Family Support Program, Duke University

Sidney Herald

- Caregiver Courier, Fulton County Office For Aging