Independent Living Skills for Teens and Adults - An Adulting Life Skills Activity

How to Read a Prescription Label

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Benefits and Features

  • What to look for on a prescription label
  • Defining and discussing basic prescription warnings
  • Analyze sample drug interactions and define them
  • When a doctor prescribes medication, here are some sample questions to ask
  • Here are some questions you can ask your pharmacist about your prescription
  • Sample prescription labels with questions to increase knowledge
  • To help students understand basic medication instructions, this life skills resource contains multiple sample prescription labels and questions to assess knowledge and reinforce learning.
  • This SPED activity can be incorporated into life skills programs for adults, 10th graders, 11th graders, and 12th graders.

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