Person 'Trackers'

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Followup to last month's report from Chuck S. on a type of product for wander protection which he heard about at a lecture at a nearby Continuing Care Retirement Community. This month we talked about a handful of such products that are already posted in our "Useful Products & Resources" section, and elaborated on the earlier discussion of "the need".

Since becoming lost is one of the most hazardous situations that can occur to someone with cognitive deficits, a device which can effectively help 'keep an eye' on their whereabouts can be a great benefit.

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From the Eskaton Village Carmichael circle discussion, April 8th, 2015.


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Key words: 
wander management, location tracker, GPS