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Project Lifesaver is a program that locates people that have been diagnosed with brain disorders (i.e., Alzheimer’s, Autism, Down’s Syndrome, and Dementia) who wander away from their caregivers.
Clients enrolled in the program wear a bracelet that contains a battery operated transmitter that emits a radio frequency tracking signal. If the client wanders away, the caregiver notifies the Henry County Sheriff’s Office by calling 911. A Search and Rescue team responds to the client’s area last seen and uses a mobile receiver to pick up the client’s signal, thus locating the person.
Any child or adult who meets all the following requirements:
The Project Lifesaver Program is free. Donations from organizations , businesses, and individuals are always appreciated to fund the program.