The ZaggoCare System gives you the information and tools to manage any kind of illness or injury. The easy-to-follow information and resourceful tips in the ZaggoCare Guide help you at every step of your medical journey. And the organizational tools make it easy to stay organized and be ready.
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Full of practical information – easy to read and understand. Teaches you how to effectively advocate for yourself. Includes key questions to ask; how to keep a life-changing medical journal; learn how to follow even the most complicated medication routines, and much more.
ZaggoCare Organizational Tools
Simple tools to keep you and your important medical information efficiently organized – notes, test results, doctors’ contact information and more.
With your ZaggoCare Mini System, you get:
- An accordion file to hold all of your important documents
- A notebook for keeping a medical journal
Who Can ZaggoCare help?
Managing an illness or injury, as a patient or family caregiver, is overwhelming hard work. No one is prepared for this journey, and people struggle more than they realize. Who needs ZaggoCare? The ZaggoCare® System is a necessity for patients and family caregivers dealing with any type of illness or injury, including:
- Acute illnesses such as cancer or stroke
- Chronic diseases or condition such as heart disease or diabetes
- Critical injuries such as head trauma or spinal cord injury
Anyone with an ongoing health concern will benefit from Zaggo’s guidance and tools – whether you were diagnosed recently or have had issues for a long time.
It’s the most helpful gift you can give yourself or a loved one.
Who can benefit from using the ZaggoCare System?
The ZaggoCare System is valuable to anyone who dealing with a medical condition that requires medication, testing and/or multiple doctor appointments. Here are some examples of medical conditions for which ZaggoCare would be helpful:
- Crohn’s and colitis
- Cystic fibrosis
- Heart disease
- Kidney disease
- Liver disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Neurological disorders
- Parkinson’s disease
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Severe burns
- Spinal cord injury
- Traumatic brain injury