From the time I was four or five years old I've taken phenobarbitol to
prevent convulsions and relax my muscles a bit. Recently, I also began
taking Motrin for a re-occurring pain in my neck. Those child-proof
caps on medicine bottles are also Glenn Hebert-proof. So I have the
medicine transferred to a Pill Case I can open and close myself.
My Pill Case is a converted cassette tape case, though not of the
standard type. It is secured to a table by means of adhesive Vel-Cro
tape. The case is left upside down because that way I have to slide the
pills over less of a "wall". All pills I need to take are placed inside
this case. I use my Headfinger to open it, remove the appropriate pill
or pills, and close the case. The pill(s) are then taken from the table
with my mouth. I do not need water to swallow them, but I'm certain
that could have been figured out if I had needed to do so.