Some really good news on the medication front

 Awhile ago I told you how we had to switch pharmacies. Our insurance company dropped coverage with Walgreens and so we had to move to a new Pharmacy. We originally began the move because of the issues we were having with Gavin’s meds getting screwed up so often.  

The new Pharmacy has a way of dispensing the meds where they are broken up into the morning, afternoon, evening and bedtime then vacuum-sealed in a little package.  This means that there’s one pack for morning meds and one packet for bedtime meds.

This makes it so much easier especially when you’re managing so many different medications at one time. Unfortunately, when the boxes get set up, it takes some time to get everything worked out. 
This is because they have to synchronize the refill dates on all the different medications in order to coordinate the boxes and make sure everything is included at the same time.

As you may recall I mentioned that Gavin’s medications have been messed up pretty bad during this transition. It took a couple of months to get all the kinks worked out but his meds were delivered yesterday and they are perfectly dispensed into their little packets. I am so grateful for this because it makes life on medication front, so much easier. 

At this point in time all four of us,  myself, Gavin,  Elliott and Emmett’s meds are all perfectly dispensed into individual packets. This really and truly makes a big difference.

On top of the meds being dispensed and individually prepackaged, they’re delivered as well, free of charge.  

This is definitely something worth celebrating.  

On September 2nd, Gavin’s meds will be incredibly easy to dispense.  I’m really looking forward to that…  ☺ 

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