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Medication Tips & Tools

Healthy aging is a unique and personal journey that includes a variety of factors and aspects of health. Increasing or maintaining safe use of prescription and non-prescription medications is one way to preserve positive lifestyle factors that support brain health and healthy aging. 

In addition to self-study, education information (link below) about brain health and safe use and disposal of medications, this page shares a list of additional medication safety tools and support available through our office for people age 65+ and their family caregivers. 

Click the Healthy Aging link below to review self-study information about: brain basics, brain health, lifestyle factors to support brain health, and tips for safe medication use and disposal.

Contact our Office for No-cost Tips & Tools, Such as:

  • Locked and unlocked pill boxes for medication organization and safe keeping 
  • Information and educational pamphlets about medication safety
  • Convenient blank (fill-in) charts for recording your medicine information for personal reference and to share with: 
    • health care providers
    • emergency responders
    • caregivers—family members, friends, or professionals
  • Group education presentations, in-person or virtual 
  • Individual review of medication management and organization options
  • Family caregiver support- Review of tools for managing medications and communicating with health care teams

Phone: (360) 337-5700 or (800) 562-6418

Note: Please do not include personal or private information such as medical conditions or prescription details in an email request for information. You may provide general information such as your name and preferred contact information that may not be kept private due to public disclosure rules. E-mail received may be subject to disclosure as a public record under the Public Records Act, RCW Chapter 42.56. E-mail transmissions cannot be guaranteed to be secure or error free, as information could be intercepted, corrupted, lost, destroyed, arrive late or incomplete, or contain viruses.