[Athen] Structured negotiation reached

Laurie Vasquez vasquez at sbcc.edu
Tue Mar 18 11:06:29 PDT 2014


Today CVS announced that it is providing ScripTalk talking prescription
labels to customers with visual impairments ordering through cvs.com. The
press release is available at
http://lflegal.com/2014/03/cvs-prescription-press/. The new CVS initiative
will ensure that cvs.com customers who are blind can access the critical
health and safety information provided in a standard print prescription

The number to call at CVS.com <http://cvs.com/> to order a prescription
with the talking labels is: *1-888-607-4287 <1-888-607-4287>*. To listen
to the information in the talking label you need the ScripTalk reader which
is available free of charge from Envision America at800-890-1180.
Customers should call CVS.com <http://cvs.com/> first unless they have
general questions about the ScripTalk program.

Today's announcement is the result of Structured Negotiations between CVS
and the American Council of the Blind (ACB), the California Council of the
Blind (CCB) and the American Foundation for the Blind. The organizations
were represented by the Law Office of Lainey Feingold and by Linda
Dardarian of the Oakland civil rights firm Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian and
Ho (http://gbdhlegal.com)
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