Message from Beth Carney:
If anyone has any questions, they can e-mail me (BETHANDJACK@MSN.COM)
and I will be glad to help them. Even if a member has previously filled
out the forms and has an envelope on the truck, chances are their
medications have changed, at the least. In that case, they should fill out
the appropriate corrected form and bring it with them to switch for the
old one. For a brand new envelope, the two filled out forms should be put
in a 9x12 manila envelope. Then instead of sealing it, take a piece of
masking tape and seal the flap down. The tape should be signed by the
person, making sure to cross over from the envelope on to the tape. On the
front side, print last name first and first name such as: LEON, John N.
There is a locked, fire proof case on the truck where these forms are
kept. In case of emergency, a health care provider (EMT, hospital ER,
etc.) is given the unopened envelope. That's about it. Again, any
questions, please feel free to contact me.