S-911 GPS Tracking Bracelet Helps Patients with Cognitive Disorders and Their Care Givers
Security Central Exchange announces the availability of the new S-911 GPS tracking bracelet. It helps patients with cognitive disorders and their care givers by helping them rest assured, knowing where their loved ones are at all times.
Columbia, Maryland (PRWEB) July 23, 2012
US based Security Central Exchange, a company known for its real-time GPS tracking solutions, has announced the availability of the new S-911 tracking bracelet. The product has been designed to give peace of mind to those who have a child with autism or a person with Alzheimer’s, dementia and other cognitive disorders and who can easily wander off or runaway. The bracelet tracks their every step in real-time within several feet.
The S-911 GPS tracking bracelet is a comprehensive device. The company claims that the S-911 is the only bracelet on the market that features customer controlled geo-fencing, two-way communication with automatic answering after three rings, a G-force sensor alert to detect falls, a speed sensor, a panic button in case of emergency and a watch.
“We have seen many different GPS tracking devices over the years,” said Candace McDonald, executive director of Jenny McCarthy’s autism foundation Generation Rescue. “This product is something families should strongly consider if they are a caregiver of a child with autism or a person with another cognitive disorder that has a tendency to wander or run off. In our community wandering is a tremendous issue and it’s valuable to know there is a product that can help families in need.”
In 2009, at least three children with autism drowned in the US after wandering and the figure was nine in 2010. That number is expected to continue rising. Security Central Exchange founder and CEO Mark Schober said the company was founded on the premise of helping people and the S-911 bracelet is one of many products we offer that does just that.
If a person wearing an S-911 bracelet enters or leaves a designated geo-fenced area, the caretaker will receive a text or e-mail message and a phone call on their handheld device within three seconds alerting them. The alert gives them the exact location of the bracelet so that they can reach their loved one immediately.
For more details on the S-911 Bracelet go to: Security Central Exchange
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