Keep all your prescriptions & medicines up to date
The care team at CarePilot have extensive experience in coordinating and managing medication services for the aged, persons with disability and those recovering from an accident or injury. We understand how difficult it can be to manage medications sometimes, especially when there are multiple medications that have to be taken at different times throughout the day.
Let CarePilot help take the stress away from managing medications.
A nurse preparing, physically giving and then evaluating the effectiveness of a prescribed medication to an individual. Administration can involve injections, IVs, patches, etc.
Involves a care worker checking to see if someone has taken their medication as prescribed from a pharmacist filled blister pack. A care worker can then provide a medication reminder if a dose has been missed and/or report to an individual’s health care professional if any issues are identified.
Involves a care worker reminding you to take medications on time. Having a medication reminder can help you stay on track and decrease the risk of missing a medication dose.
A care worker can monitor when medications need to be replaced and arrange for medications to be delivered or collected, saving you the time and worry. This includes collecting pre-filled Webster packs from the pharmacy.
How to get medication management at home
Costs can vary depending on a number of variables including the level of qualifications needed by the person managing the medication (eg. registered nurse vs care worker).
Medicare and private insurance may cover some options for managing medications and there may be government subsidised programs for which you are eligible that can help offset costs. Get in touch to find out if you can benefit from these.