Frequently Asked Questions

Our mission is to help people with Parkinson’s optimize their care. If you can’t find the answers to your question below, please visit our User Guide section or contact us.

The StrivePD app is available on the Apple App Store for free. There is no subscription required.

Currently, we plan to launch the Android version of StrivePD in the second half of 2019.

Although it won’t be optimized for a tablet, it’s possible to use the StrivePD mobile app on your iPad.

Currently, it’s possible to log medications and supplements, symptoms and side effects, and influences that are on the built-in app lists. Custom items cannot be logged by voice at this time.

Notes cannot be recorded by voice at this time. Notes are auto-saved as you type. Entries for today and yesterday can be edited.

We encourage caregivers to use StrivePD. During our pre-launch pilots, several caregivers enjoyed using the app to track medication, symptoms, and to keep detailed notes about their loved ones’ condition. They’re still using it!

You can set up more than one strength of the same medication in your schedule. For example, enter Rytary as your medication, then add your dosage, number of pills, and the times you take them. To add a second dosage, tap “+Add item” in the top right of your screen, type in Rytary2, and continue to add your dosage, number of pills, and scheduled times.

To add a medication that you take on an as needed basis, enter your medication, select your dosage and number of pills (optional), then select “As needed” instead of days of the week.

Typically, if your medication adherence shows less than 100% but you’ve taken all your meds, it means that you took some of your medications more than 30 minutes off schedule, without adjusting your schedule for that day.

Your complete history of logged items is saved and viewable in the Insights>Logged section. 

To print a PDF report, you first need to select a date range, and email the report to yourself to be able to print it out. See the Insights + Reports section in the User Guide of this website.

Per our Privacy Policy, employees of Rune Labs are authorized to view…

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The StrivePD app is available on the Apple App Store for free. There is no subscription required.

Currently, we plan to launch the Android version of StrivePD in the second half of 2019.

Although it won’t be optimized for a tablet, it’s possible to use the StrivePD mobile app on your iPad.

The StrivePD app is available on the Apple App Store for free. There is no subscription required.

Currently, we plan to launch the Android version of StrivePD in the second half of 2019.

Although it won’t be optimized for a tablet, it’s possible to use the StrivePD mobile app on your iPad.

You can set up more than one strength of the same medication in your schedule. For example, enter Rytary as your medication, then add your dosage, number of pills, and the times you take them. To add a second dosage, tap “+Add item” in the top right of your screen, type in Rytary2, and continue to add your dosage, number of pills, and scheduled times.

To add a medication that you take on an as needed basis, enter your medication, select your dosage and number of pills (optional), then select “As needed” instead of days of the week.

Typically, if your medication adherence shows less than 100% but you’ve taken all your meds, it means that you took some of your medications more than 30 minutes off schedule, without adjusting your schedule for that day.

Your complete history of logged items is saved and viewable in the Insights>Logged section. 

To print a PDF report, you first need to select a date range, and email the report to yourself to be able to print it out. See the Insights + Reports section in the User Guide of this website.

Per our Privacy Policy, employees of Rune Labs are authorized to view…

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