When retired pharmacist David Taggart was running his two pharmacies in Scarborough, a beachside suburb of Perth, he placed a great deal of emphasis on customer care.
“In the end, my pharmacist suggested we download MedAdvisor as a way of managing all of my different medications.”
“I am a very resilient person, but I think all carers by nature are resilient because they have to be.”
"It is possible to not only survive but thrive with diabetes, which Jo has done impressively for the past two decades"
“If they have a friend they can talk to or they’re in a committed relationship or some kind of trusting relationship, then that is very good for men’s health”
The 68-year-old uses the MedAdvisor app to alert him when his medication is running low, which he then cross-checks with his own records.
“So when I saw that this was a degenerative neurological disease, I thought, ‘Well, we’re going to have to come up with a cure’.
When you’re battling a serious illness, such as cancer or heart disease, every helping hand makes a huge difference to your wellbeing.