Users who purchase and register their SafetyAnchor, login from here to monitor safety of their loved ones remotely. Also security staff at organizations such as cities and universities who register with Safety Labs remotely manage security after login.
Finding and selecting the right wandering protection solution is important because it can affect the safety and protection of your loved one. To make the right decision, many things needs to be considered. In this article we have broken these factors down into four categories: Safety, Usability, Cost, and Additional Benefits.
Outdated forms of ID bracelets should be replaced by new wearable safety devices. These battery powered devices would form a new Medical ID Tag system. This article talks about how a modern ID system should work.
The Power of the Crowd is a strength derived when members of a community work together to provide a benefit much larger than sum of its parts. Crowd GPS is a cost effective way to help safeguard Dementia patients and children with Autism from wandering.
Parents of young children, children with Autism, and adults who care for elderly parents with Dementia share a common fear: that their dependants will wander off into precarious situations. Once someone has wandered off, discovering their location amounts to guesswork. The good news is that Crowd GPS may offer a solution. Read more to find out how the Community can aid in search and rescue to help quickly recover your loved one.
Medical Alert systems traditionally used phone-lines which resulted in relying heavily on operator centers. Modern Internet-based Alert systems efficiently eliminate the middleman, saving costs for companies and customers alike.
The birth of the Medical Alert systems happened in the 70s much before the birth of the Internet. No wonder the Medical Alert systems of those days use a telephone line to connect the care receiver to the emergency help.
Use of the telephone line changed everything and this is how;
If you know somebody with Dementia or an Autistic child with a tendency to wander, you can relate to the fear of loosing them. This article discusses how the power of the crowd keeps wander prone people safe.
The summer months provide the perfect conditions for going outdoors. Read on to find out how keeping a healthy lifestyle and embracing new technologies can help seniors prevent serious fall-related injuries during these warm days.
This is a compilation of key stats for USA as of Q2, 2016– the sources for each of the stats are provided. Statistics includes stats for 1) Aging Population, 2) Fall Stats, 3) Alzheimer’s, and Wandering/Elopement of Alzheimer’s/Dementia patients 4) Autism & Wandering
You cannot watch your loved ones all the time and you cannot lock them or tether them in confined spaces as they need to be move around freely, so how to keep your loved one from wandering while giving them the freedom and space to live their lives.
Here are some practical Tips:
Use Company - Best wandering prevention tip is that the person likely to wander remains in company of a caregiver, so if the dementia patient wanders, the caregiver can accompany them or prevent them from wandering. Since this is not always possible below are other suggested ways to prevent wandering.
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