ANNOUNCMENT: Be part of a free trial!

medistori-graphicIMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOLKS!!

To all Irish Dysautonomia Awareness members and followers.

I am delighted to announce that Irish Dysautonomia Awareness has been selected to trial an innovative personal health organiser – the MediStori FOR FREE to our members.

Creative Founder of the MediStori, Olive O’Connor is a mum of three daughters whom have complex chronic illnesses, and she shares her own journey and her discovery on how to make her life of tracking appointments, managing medications, getting diagnosed & communicating easier by keeping a specialised diary. Olive is now looking for patient/ parent feedback on this clever patient led initiative, with the aim for it to be rolled out in our health services nationally in 2016.

If you would like this once-off opportunity to be a part of the design of this care package, PLEASE GO TO: http://www.medistori.com/join-team/ and input your details . The MediStori is completely FREE to our members and followers so ensure you add our name (Irish Dysautonomia Awareness) in the “Where You Heard of Us” section and DO NOT go to PayPal links.

For this, all Olive asks for in return is to fill out two questionnaires so Olive can make the MediStori the best it can be. For more information you can call the MediStori Helpline on: 094 90 10114 or email: trial@medistori.com.

I have already received one of these packs and have to say it is an excellent idea and way of keeping track of everything medical for anyone with chronic illnesses. I hope to do a full review of it here on the blog very soon 🙂

Thanks again to Olive O’Connor from MediStori for this opportunity 🙂

 

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