How many times in your life this must have happened to you already? You forgot to take your medication. But it turned out alright. It was not a disaster. It was not critical. You remembered the next time and you could continue to heal, and that did not take long either. Having said that, it must be quite challenging when dealing with critical or acute conditions where no amount of compromise or lapse can be entertained.
For psychiatric inpatients, as well as outpatients, it is no different. Both inpatient and outpatient treatment regimes should have the benefit of a psychiatric medication management savannah program. Perhaps the inpatients are quite fortunate in the sense that they have their medical staff close to hand. The administration is watertight and staff members are working to a strict schedule where no amount of compromise or lapse is allowed to be entertained.
Perhaps it is a bit more challenging for the outpatients in the sense that their caregivers are not there with them. They are able to go about their daily lives. Perhaps they are disciplined enough to stay at home for a few days or weeks if that is what their clinical psychiatrists have prescribed. But owing to their mental state perhaps, it could be quite possible that they could forget to take their medication.
But perhaps the psychiatrist is a lot wiser. He knows the true state of affairs. Surely to goodness, if the patient is utterly unstable, he would have taken the precautionary measures by now. Like registering her as an inpatient. Being an inpatient is no longer a jail sentence in the sense that treatment centers still offer the patients the basic comforts of everyday life. They are made to feel at home. For the time being.