Jim Johnson, Vice President of Pharmacy Operations for In-Store Pharmacy with Sobeys and Jenna Reed, Director of Marketing, from En-Vision America, join Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities studio to bring you the breaking news:
First Time in Canadian History — Accessible Prescription Labels Available In-Store Across Large Pharmacy Chain!
En-Vision America has partnered up with Empire LTD of Canada and has brought the Script Ability service across Canada through the Empire brand pharmacies.
Empire Company Limited, which runs brands Lawtons Drugs, Sobeys, Safeway
Canada, Thrifty Foods, Foodland, IGA (Western Canada) and Fresh Co are now
offering talking prescription labels for blind, visually impaired and print
impaired patients at all pharmacy locations, in store, throughout the
country. As usual, it’s free for patients.
En-Vision America is an innovative technology company specializing in enhancing the lives of people who are visually impaired, print impaired and blind. Since 1996, En-Vision has been inventing and perfecting the technologies
that make everyday tasks a little easier.
To find out more about En-Vision America, their services and products, check them out on the web at www.EnVisionAmerica.com
Or call 1-800-890-1180.
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