Best Way to Track People with Dementia or Other Conditions

Do you know someone who has a loved one who has dementia or some other condition, like diabetes or autism, where they might get confused, wander off and get lost? This can be a very scary time for people and often the solutions offered by rest homes or other services are little more than bandaids. They might make you feel better, but they are quite likely to not be much help if it happens.

The most common solution is a low cost RF (radio-frequency) tracker in the form of a necklace pendant or a watch. They only have a range of about a kilometer and can only be tracked by search and rescue people using a handheld directional antenna.

In this video, I talk about a new solution I discovered, which can solve the problem and hopefully help return the person safe and sound.

I welcome any comments and if you know of anyone who might benefit from this information, please share a link with them. There is nothing in this for me other than hoping that the information is helpful to someone.

About Luigi Cappel

Writer for hire, marketing consultant specialising in Location Based Services. Futurist and Public Speaker Auckland, New Zealand
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