What is the best way to monitor someone's medications to make sure they are taking the right dosage?
Are there any safeguards to take to ensure that medications get taken properly and in the least intrusive but caring way possible?
I know that counting them should be effective to some extent. However, she usually takes them on her own. Should I insist that if under my care, I administer medications and count them? Is this acceptable to insist upon in such a situation to ensure medication level remains consistent? Being that I will potentially be living within her home for a few months and feel responsible for correct administration, I think but am not sure whether it is acceptable to insist gently on medication supervision if living in her home. Any thoughts?