My wife was diagnosed with PD in 2009. she also suffers from dementia.
I am her carer and have drafted an emergency plan in case I suddenly fail. The plan requires my local authority social services to attend were such an event to occur. I have been recently been told that social workers will only dispense tablets if they are in a blister box. My wife has to have her PD tablets at nine different times per day.
My problem is that the largest blister box I know of only has four compartments for each day. These are usually marked morning, afternoon, evening and bedtime. The frequency for dispensing the tablets could probably be changed from nine to eight and I could ask my pharmacy to provide two blister boxes for use in an emergency marked with the appropriate times. Does anyone know of a better solution?