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Important question for caregivers who still have stress whether your loved one is taking their medication:

What if your loved one received a reminder calls to take their medication…

… and you got a notification that they took their medicine? 

Know that your parent is taking their medication as prescribed with Medication Call Reminder!

Choose the Best Plan for You and Your Loved One Below:

Plans & Pricing

Every plan includes:

  • Caregiver notification by text message if the medicine was or wasn’t taken.
  • Personalized Greeting – you can record your own voice for your loved one to hear with each reminder!
  • And an Activity Log to track taking the medication to share with your health providers for the best treatment and care.

 

You can finally stop stressing whether your loved one has taken their medication or not!

 

Reminding your loved one to take their medication and tracking when they do is easier than ever.

If you’re already made it this far, you already know that making sure your parent is taking their medication is vital to their health and to your stress levels. We don’t need to remind you of that.


But maybe you didn’t know that by reminding and tracking your mom’s medication taking with Medication Call Reminder you’ll also have the power to:

  •  Help your mom take her medication without calling!
  • Keep a record for the doctor(s) easily, and share it with them as a simple .csv file
  • Start reminding and tracking your mom’s medicine using just her regular phone
  • Focus your time with your mom’s medical team on her entire treatment plan so she can enjoy as much of her life as possible
  • Relieve your mom from having to remember all of her medications and when to take them all
  • Stop relying on the pill box to do more than just hold her medication
  • Protect your mom’s independence
  • Release the role of the Medication Accountability Nag
  • FINALLY spend more time together chatting and enjoying each other’s company than being frustrated together

See, I was in your exact same position not so long ago.

I’m John L. Webb Jr., founder of Medication Call Reminder.  

I had been a long distance caregiver to my mom for a number of years.

My mom was an amazing woman of great character, a loving mom to me, a powerhouse in our family … and she deserved to enjoy her senior years doing her hobbies and watching her birds from the back porch. She had prepared to do as much by planting her azaleas and butterfly garden, putting up two bird feeders, and sitting on the back porch twice a day to watch the birds and whatever else came through her yard.

I was so happy for her back yard of flowers and plants, and wished I could sit on the back porch with her. Being over a 10 hour drive away, that wasn’t always possible. So instead, we would chat almost every afternoon, and she would tell me about who showed up in the morning and in the afternoon. Sometimes we did talk about other things, like the weather, politics or something she saw on the local news, or how the rest of the family was doing. Of course, she was catching me up on how they were doing, since she spoke to everyone more than I did!

I felt good and proud to chat with her regularly, and I felt like it was the least I could do since I was so far away. You know how your mom loves the sound of your voice! My mom is no different, and I knew that she looked forward to our calls each day.

With gratitude, I prayed that she would get to keep living this way as an important doctor’s visit was coming up. I couldn’t say why, but I had a feeling we might get some hard news. She was 85, after all. So I prayed for my mom, and I tried to avoid bringing it up on our afternoon calls.

I’d heard about the “Senior Moment” before, and I had a feeling that my mom’s was coming soon. That filled me with a sadness that is hard to describe… but if you’re still reading, I know you understand.

That first doctor’s appointment led to another. The next appointment led to a specialist and a test. The test results led to another specialist and finally, three new prescriptions to treat her diagnosis. She was to take 5 pills in the morning: two of this, two of that, and one of the other. At night she was to take four: two of this, one of that, one of the other.

When she told me on the phone what she had to do, I knew I had to find a way to make remembering her medication easy for her. Heck, if I was taking the medication like that, I might forget, too!

From my 25 years as a social worker, I felt like I had a head start on how to help my mom. I worked as a hospital discharge planner and a medical home care social worker advising others on the importance of taking medication as prescribed by their doctor.

I went online and did some searches and found a few low quality options. Some were free, because they only sent a reminder text. I had already tried setting up a medication schedule sheet for my mom, but it didn’t work for her. I knew there had to be a better way to help my mom. I looked for reminder services and saw all of this confusing stuff about buying credits, or rates per call and I didn’t want that.

I called my mom to reassure her that she could do this. I was going to help her by making it easy to know when to take her medication and I wasn’t going to ask her to learn anything new or complicated.

That’s when I decided to create Medication Call Reminder. At first, I was going to develop a reminder service just to help my mom. Almost immediately though, I knew that millions of other families were struggling with the same stress and relationship tension that we were. Then I thought of the people I worked with as a medical social worker who had been struggling for months or years to ensure their parents were taking their medication.

I committed to making Medication Call Reminder into a service that could help families like mine spend more quality time together so we could feel less stress, tension, and guilt about our parents taking their medications.

As I was working on developing the service, I continued calling my mom myself to make sure she remembered her medications. I’m ashamed to admit I forgot to call her twice, and she did forget her medication those times.

But three months later, the service was ready for my mom to use. My mom loved it right away! On the second day, she said, “Oh John! Thank you so much. I just love it when that nice lady calls to remind me to take my medication.”

I held back my laugh, because she didn’t realize that the “nice lady” was an automated recording. She didn’t care! She loved it.

Soon after, I added a feature that let me record the reminder message, so now it’s like I’m calling her every day. She knows it’s a recording but she says she still loves to hear my voice in the morning, afternoon and evening and more when I call her to chat!

Then in February of 2017, Medication Call Reminder started helping new families with our call reminder service and they are still using the service now.

Testimonials

“MCR has made my grandmother’s life much easier. She has called me multiple times to thank me for setting up this service for her. She loves that she receives phones calls to remind her to take her medication 3x a day. Even more, she LOVES that she hears my voice on the other end – as MCR allows you to record personalized reminder messages. I recommend this service to anyone who needs to set reminders for themselves or loved ones. Also kudos to John, who was very helpful and patient with me – and all my questions – during my set up process.”

Shameka T.

Family Caregiver

“It has been a wonderful tool to remind my father to take his meds. We were facing a huge increase in his daily living costs and with this service he remembers to take his meds. I get notifications that he has gotten the call and he is happy that he still has his independence. Being able to record the call in my voice also helps him know it is me and not some robocall. Love this service and can not say enough about how helpful it has been. Try it for a few months and you will love it.” – Paulette W. Family Caregiver

Paulette W.

Family Caregiver

“Just bought this service last week for my mom. She has five different pill times a day and this has been fantastic as she forgot easily before. She and I both love the service. It calls her at the correct times and then texts me her response to taking her medications.”

Stacey G.

Family Caregiver

“What an easy way to be reminded to take my medications. I chose to be reminded by text messages, but could easily change and receive a phone call. If I start taking a medication twice a day I can get another call or text at whatever time works for me. Great service, Affordable price, Great idea!!”

Dawn G.Here

End User

The easiest way to know whether your parent is taking their medication without using complicated technology or expensive, in-home care.

  • Help your mom take her medication without calling!
  • Keep a record for the doctor(s) easily, and share it with them as a simple .csv file
  • Start reminding and tracking your mom’s medicine using just her regular phone
  • Focus your time with your mom’s medical team on her entire treatment plan so she can enjoy as much of her life as possible
  • Relieve your mom from having to remember all of her medications and when to take them all
  • Stop relying on the pill box to do more than just hold her medication
  • Protect your mom’s independence
  • Release the role of the Medication Accountability Nag
  • FINALLY spend more time together chatting and enjoying each other’s company than being frustrated together

Start Getting Medication Call Reminders TODAY without complicated or expensive technology – perfect for your loved ones who still use a landline phone!

  • Get started in just 5 minutes and your parent gets their first call reminder tonight!
  • Know that your parent is taking their medication as prescribed so you can really stop worrying about it because you get a notification when your parent takes their medication
  • Keep a record of your parent taking their medication to share with their doctor and health team
  • Stop feeling like a nag or a pest when you’re only trying to do what’s best

 

Take a Tour of Medication Call Reminder

Registration is easy and takes about 5 minutes.  Of course, all of your information is privacy protected.

When your parent does or does not take their medication, here’s what you’ll see by text message >

And when you’re ready to share with your doctor, you can download this report to a .csv file.

Let’s vanquish your stress and set your mom or dad up for success now! 

 

We guarantee that Medication Call Reminder will call and document your parent taking their medication for the life of your subscription.

All you need to do is complete the registration, list the medications to be taken and the time(s) to take the medication. Then Medication Call Reminder will do the rest!

You’ll feel confident knowing that your parent took their medication, confident in how to speak to the doctors and health team, and you’ll feel so much relief that the burden of accountability is no longer on your shoulders.

We’re so confident the Medication Call Reminder service that we’re not afraid to tell you how to get a refund:

If for any reason you’re not satisfied with your subscription, e-mail sales@medicationcallreminder.com during your first 30 days and we’ll refund your money immediately.

Plans & Pricing

Every plan includes:

  • Caregiver notification by text message if the medicine was or wasn’t taken.
  • Personalized Greeting – you can record your own voice for your loved one to hear with each reminder!
  • And an Activity Log to track taking the medication to share with your health providers for the best treatment and care.

 

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What's the purpose of Medication Call Reminder?

The Medication Call Reminder Service is an all-in-one automated service that helps a subscribed end user take the right dose of the right medicine at the right time, resulting in better health outcomes and a better quality of life. 

What's the purpose of a Free 14 Day Trial?

This is an opportunity for an end user to experience the benefits of Medication Call Reminder before starting a subscription. The trial includes scheduling one (1) reminder call or SMS/text for 14 days. When the end user receives the medication call reminder and enters his or her acknowledgement or non-acknowledgement of intent to take prescribed medication on the phone keypad, the message is sent immediately via phone call or SMS/text to a designated caregiver.

How does it work?

Medication Call Reminder allows a subscriber to schedule online, the details of when and how to take prescribed medications.  At the time of the scheduled reminder call, the person who receives the call is asked to acknowledge by selecting the appropriate number on the phone key pad, that he or she has taken the prescribed medication. Alternatively, the person can request a call back in 5, 10 or 15 minutes to acknowledge taking the medication. The person can also request that a message be sent to his or her physician or nurse. Immediately, notification is sent to a family caregiver or health care provider by phone or text to monitor compliance.

Can I customize a personal reminder message?

Yes, you can personalize a reminder message by uploading an audio file. You can also choose to use our Click-to-Call feature which enables you to record a personalized message over the phone and load it into your profile.

Are you still unsure about Medication Call Reminder?

Allows you to experience “peace of mind”

knowing your loved one is taking their medication.

No credit card activation during trial!

Still have questions about Medication Call Reminder?

Email John here: info@medicationcallreminder.com