Your medication is important to you. Use CareRinger™ to set daily reminders so you and your loved ones can be more mindful of your medication routines. Now with CareRinger Companion (medicine man), you and your Amazon Echo1 can do more with your reminder calls
“medicine man” can help you manage your medication reminders. It allows you to cancel the next reminder call when you don’t really need one this time. When you are not sure if you have taken your medication, just ask medicine man. It will tell you if you have any reminder pending. If there is a pending reminder when you check, you know it’s time for your medication.
After you have taken your medication, just cancel the reminder and there will be no more reminder call until the next medication period. It’s that simple.
Your medicine man skill is more than a reminder. When you are in the middle of something and would like to postpone your reminder for another hour or so, you can reschedule your reminder call by simply canceling the next reminder and setting a new reminder at a future time in its place. It offers feelings of comfort and peace of mind to you and everyone involved.
Take advantage of your Amazon Echo today!
To get started, you must enable this companion skill in your Alexa app and link the skill to your CareRinger account. When asked for your credentials, you must provide the registered CareRinger participant phone number and one designated-contact phone number specified in the CareRinger sign-up form.
If you do not have a CareRinger Account already, you need to register for the CareRinger service first. ***For information about CareRinger2 and how to complete the sign-up forms, please visit www.careringer.com. You can also contact email@example.com or one of our partner organizations for assistance.
1 Amazon Echo is a trademark of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.
2 CareRinger™ alerts your designated-contact when you do not answer your reminder call at the time of your choosing.
About the author: Henry is a former-telecommunications professional, now attending to the needs of elderly people. For the past 5 years, he has been teaching seniors about senior-friendly technologies in his local communities. He is an inventor and Founder of CareRinger, and holds patents on methods applying to this service.