When a loved one has Alzheimer’s disease or dementia,it erase a person’s memory so that familiar surroundings become unfamiliar, making it difficult to adapt to new environments. Disorientation, a common symptom of these conditions, can lead to wandering.Wandering may lead to serious injury or even death, posing a major concern to caregivers or family members of the dementia patient.
There are now new solutions to address wandering and help keep your loved one safe and secure.GPS trackers are available to make locating loved ones – and bringing them home safely – easier.
Approximately 75.6 million people are expected to be living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia by 2030, and that number jumps to 135.5 million by 2050. There is an increasing need for resources that memory care communities, at-home caregivers and family members can use to help keep these seniors safe. HengJi KeDa GPS tracking devices can be a big help to families and caregivers worried about wandering.
Technology has advanced at a rapid pace and the size of GPS trackers has gone way down than in the past. With this device, you can track your elderly parents as well as kids from anywhere.
Real-time GPS tracking.
View historical location records.
Set up geofences.
SOS and emergency call button.
GPS tracking can provide peace of mind for family and caregivers and a safety net for a senior in danger of wandering. Learn more about each device and program to determine which one is the right fit for you and your loved one.