“It is a wonderful device which has given us all great comfort and a feeling of security. Thank you”Anne, Dec 2019

“It is a wonderful device which has given us all great comfort and a feeling of security. Thank you!”Anne, Dec 2019

“I use the tracker for my father who has dementia. It is working fine for us, we have had no problems and it gives us some reassurance that we can find him if he wanders.”Nichola
“I configured the unit and gave it to my mother who is 80 and suffering from dementia. I was so pleased with the results”Mr Blumfield
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“Once again you have surpassed my expectations! Brilliant job, many thanks” James, Oct 2019
“The customer service and aftercare with this company is excellent. I have had a couple of queries & their on line service response is quick and extremely helpful. Many thanks would highly recommend”Susan
“It has been working brilliantly, giving us great peace of mind as able to locate and pick up Dad safely when he goes wandering due to his dementia.”Brian S

The Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker



The person you're tracking doesn't need to do anything.

Our unique GPS Dementia Tracker has been specifically designed to give peace of mind for relatives and carers of elderly wanderers. As well as location texts, you can also call the device for a two-way conversation - it answers automatically, with no need to press anything on the Dementia Tracker. It's tamper-proof, water-proof and packed with other great safety features - know WHEN they've wandered too far, fallen, or hit the 'panic' button - and WHERE they are.



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The person doesn't need to do anything.

Our unique GPS Dementia Tracker has been specifically designed to give peace of mind for relatives and carers of elderly wanderers who may have dementia or Alzheimer's. As well as location texts, you can also call the device for a two-way conversation - it answers automatically, with no need to press anything on the Dementia Tracker. It's tamper-proof, water-proof and packed with other great safety features - know WHEN they've wandered too far, fallen, or hit the 'panic' button - and WHERE they are.

“I have just got one of your trackers for my dad. I cannot speak highly enough about it. Just amazing and he loves it. No complicated buttons/numbers for him, just so simple and fantastic for tracking. Thank you so so much.”Sue, Sept 2019
“I have just got one of your trackers for my dad. I cannot speak highly enough about it. Just amazing and he loves it. No complicated buttons/numbers for him, just so simple and fantastic for tracking. Thank you so so much.”Sue, Sept 2019

More About How The GPS Dementia Tracker Works


See all the great features of our essential Dementia Tracker. Buy today, receive within 2 days.

You can’t go wrong – plenty of detailed help is available either online or phone from our dedicated expert Will.

Our device has many unique features for tracking elderly wanderers – see the list here.


Instant locations by text or app. Quick, reliable, waterproof, tamperproof, packed with features.


Receive important alert texts immediately – know when they wander, fall, or need help.

Your step-by-step welcome sheet will walk you through everything you need to know to get tracking – in minutes.


The free pre-installed SIM costs just 5p per location text, with no contracts, monthly fees or catches.

Up to five numbers can be programmed in to receive texts or calls. Share with family or carers.

As well as text locations, you can also track in real-time via a website and/or app.

Don’t feel overwhelmed! Our little guide will walk you through everything you need to know.

More About How It Works


If you'd like to read more about any particular aspect of our GPS Dementia Tracker, tap on any heading.


See all the great features of our essential Dementia Tracker. Buy today, receive within 2 days.

Don’t feel overwhelmed! Our simple guide will walk you through everything you need to know.

Our device has many unique features for tracking elderly wanderers – see the list here.


Instant locations by text or app direct to your mobile phone.


The free pre-installed SIM costs just 5p per location text, with no contracts, monthly fees or catches.

Your step-by-step welcome sheet will walk you through everything you need to know to get tracking – in minutes.


Up to five numbers can be programmed in to receive texts or calls. Share with family or carers.

Receive important alert texts immediately – know when they wander, fall, or need help.

As well as text locations, you can track in real-time via a website, and see the paths taken.

You can’t go wrong – plenty of detailed help is available either online or phone from our dedicated expert Will.

“It gives us a great sense of security, especially my husband who feels he can venture out alone (even if not very far) as help is always at handMrs Stevenson, Dec 2019
“It gives us a great sense of security, especially my husband who feels he can venture out alone (even if not very far) as help is always at handMrs Stevenson, Dec 2019

More About GPS Tracking for Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Wanderers

Two thirds of dementia patients will go missing at least once this year. If not found within 24 hours, up to half could suffer serious injury or death.


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When someone starts wandering from dementia, it can be terrifying

It can be a stark reminder of how easy it is to take someone for granted, when they start forgetting simple things. They might not realise or accept what they're doing or forgetting, and present with excuses, defensiveness, fear or anger. As a friend or relative, you'll also have to start planning ahead for various scenarios, balancing their personal freedom with safety, and dealing with other family members who might be anxious themselves. It can be a very difficult time, and a lot to suddenly have to manage. You might also want to learn more about dementia and wandering.Alzheimer's Research UK is a great place to start, with user-friendly information broken down into simple categories. Mental Health Foundation and Dementia Health offer useful overviews.


We can't prevent wandering, but we can provide some peace of mind

We've specialised in dementia trackers, and trackers for elderly wanderers for over ten years. The unique functionality of our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker is the perfect solution for anyone at risk of wandering or becoming lost. It's small, water-proof, tamper-proof, discrete, and will give an accurate GPS location whenever you need it. You don't need to live anywhere near the person you're locating, but someone will need to charge it every few days. We make this easier with a simple 'drop in' charging cradle.


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Setting up your GPS Dementia Tracker is easy

You'll have a step-by-step guide to setting up your GPS Dementia Tracker, which only takes a few minutes. Activating the pre-installed SIM card costs £10, but gives you £15 of credit in total - whenever the device texts you a location, it will cost 5p from the SIM's credit. This is the only other payment you'll need to make. There are no other costs, subscriptions, monthly charges etc, and nothing more to pay us once you've purchased your device. You can then text the device from wherever you are to set up various alert phone numbers and useful functions.


What else do you need to track someone with Dementia?

Aside from the Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker, the only other thing you'll need is an internet enabled phone. You'll still be able to receive alert text messages on an older style phone if the person wanders too far or presses the SOS button. You can also still have two-way conversations if the SOS button is pressed, or if you call the GPS dementia tracker. You just won't be able to see an up-to-date location directly from your phone (which can obviously be useful if you're out on the move looking for someone who is lost).


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Getting GPS Locations if the person with Dementia becomes lost

Locating your dementia tracker couldn't be easier:

  • Get a location whenever you need one: Send a text message from your mobile phone to the GPS Dementia Tracker, and get an instant Goole Map link by reply.
  • If the person wanders too far - beyond a distance you set, receive an immediate text alert.
  • See the location online - log in or open an app to see where the dementia tracker is now, and where it has been (this is optional, and involves setting up a free account).

Other alerts when GPS Tracking for dementia or elderly wanderers

If the wearer presses the SOS button, receive an immediate text and phone call (this can also be disabled). If they fall, you can also receive a text alert (it has a small motion sensor inside). Change the alert number(s) at any time via text.

Two way calling and remote listening

Call the device for a two-way conversation - it will answer automatically, so the person with dementia doesn't need to do anything. You can also disable the speaker on the device, if you only want to listen in to the surroundings.


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Flexibility allows easy caring in care-homes

Our GPS trackers for dementia and elderly wanderers are often bought by or for care homes, where residents have freedom to wander outside the boundaries but may be at risk of becoming lost. As the alert numbers (for SOS or wandering too far) can be set via text, whoever's on 'lookout' can easily be set at the start of their shift, unless the care home has a dedicated mobile phone for this purpose. Care staff also need to then ensure that the device is regularly charged either every few days, or every night as part of a routine. You can read about getting the support of care homes here.


Peace of mind with excellent customer service

When buying our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker, you can be assured of great after-care! We regularly help customers who might get stuck, want to figure out a best way of dealing with a quirky situation, have lost their manual, have somehow damaged the case of their GPS Tracker, and many other one-off needs. We've been dedicated purely to providing GPS Trackers for dementia, Alzheimer's and elderly wanderers for over ten years, so understand the issues that might crop up. We want to make sure you're making best use of your GPS Tracker, so provide a full online information portal for customers with lots of extra tips and troubleshooting guides (although rest assured, most customers get on just fine!)


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User-friendliness for dementia, Alzheimer's or elderly users

Our Stray Star GPS Tracker for dementia cannot be easily switched off - there is a hidden trick to it so that only the carers can power it down (you'll be surprised how many devices have a huge power button easily able to be pressed by fiddly fingers!) The LEDs can be disabled via text without changing the functionality of the device, to make it less distracting for the wearer. Its water-proof so can be worn in a shower or dropped in a puddle (we don't recommend they go through washing machines due to the prolonged heat, but they have even survived this). They can be easily carried as a pendant (a lanyard strap is included), as a keyring (a keyring loop is also included) or worn in a purpose-made optional velcro pouch around an arm, wrist, ankle or belt.


Limitations of dementia or Alzheimer's trackers

Our GPS Tracker for dementia relies on GPS signal to be able to get a location - which can be less accurate or not available if the device is deep indoors (e.g. in a shopping mall, hospital or other large building) away from a window, or sometimes when there's really bad cloud coverage. The vast majority of the time though it will be fine, especially when outside (when someone is wandering for example). They also rely on the mobile phone signal to transmit their location via text. So you need to ensure that you have a good signal where you'll be using it (the pre-installed SIMs are from GiffGaff, who use the o2 network, although you can use any network SIM except "3"). Also, if a local mast tower becomes faulty, then it may prevent texts from getting through. This is rare, and they are normally fixed quickly, but it's just something else to be aware of - and not something can be avoided with any GPS Tracker unfortuately. As you may have noticed - we're fully upfront and wanting to ensure you have the best information available! If you're not sure of anything, just get in touch.


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Learn more or buy our GPS Dementia Tracker today - with no risk

We're so sure you'll find our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker incredibly useful that we can't wait for you to try it. The feedback we receive is always positive. If for any reason though you aren't happy, or you can't persuade the person to keep an eye on to wear it - then don't worry, you have 7 days from receiving it to let us know and set up a return. We're a friendly team, and are always here to help.

Learn More About The Stray Star GPS Tracker
Buy It Now

A GPS Tracker is an assistive device only: there are important limitations to be aware of

A GPS Tracker can of course be immensely useful when a person becomes lost, but it should never be relied upon to encourage a person to go wandering who would be in danger without one.

A GPS Tracker relies on a few factors to be able to give you a location, any of which could become a barrier:

  • The mobile network signal, which could always drop out in more rural areas or if there's a local mast tower fault (which could happen at any time).
  • SIM credit - you can select your SIM credit to top-up automatically, but if its allowed to deplete then it will stop responding to texts.
  • Battery power, and sufficient charging. If a fault should develop with charging apparatus or battery, the device could power down quicker than expected.
  • GPS reception can be lost in certain conditions - within large buildings, heavy cloud cover or tall surrounding buildings or trees.
  • The person carrying it - whether you attach it to keys, a handbag, jacket, there's always a chance they could leave without it.

These are just things to be aware of though. When someone is elderly, has dementia or Alzheimer's and is at risk of wandering, our GPS Tracker is still a useful back-up device to greatly improve the likelihood of locating them quickly.

The Importance of GPS Tracking for Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Elderly Wanderers

Two thirds of dementia patients will go missing at least once this year. If not found within 24 hours, up to half could suffer serious injury or death.

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When someone with dementia starts wandering, it can be terrifying

It can be a stark reminder of how much we take loved ones for granted when they start forgetting simple things. They might not realise or accept what they're doing or forgetting, and display excuses, defensiveness, fear or anger. As a friend or relative, you'll also have to start planning ahead for various scenarios, balancing their personal freedom with safety, and dealing with other family members who might be anxious themselves. It can be a very difficult time, and a lot to suddenly have to manage. You might also want to learn more about dementia and wandering - Alzheimer's Research UK is a great place to start, with user-friendly information broken down into simple categories. Mental Health Foundation and Dementia Health also offer useful overviews.


We can't prevent wandering, but we can provide some peace of mind

We've specialised in dementia trackers, and trackers for elderly wanderers for over ten years. The unique functionality of our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker is the perfect solution for anyone at risk of wandering or becoming lost. It's small, water-proof, tamper-proof, discrete, and will give an accurate GPS location whenever you need it. You don't need to live anywhere near the person you're locating, but someone will need to charge it every few days. We make this easier with a simple 'drop in' charging cradle.


Setting up your GPS Dementia Tracker is easy

You'll have a step-by-step guide to setting up your GPS Dementia Tracker, which only takes a few minutes. Activating the pre-installed SIM card costs £10, but gives you £15 of credit in total - whenever the device texts you a location, it will cost 5p from the SIM's credit. This is the only other payment you'll need to make. There are no other costs, subscriptions, monthly charges etc, and nothing more to pay us once you've purchased your device. You can then text the device from wherever you are to set up various alert phone numbers and useful functions.


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What else do you need to track someone with Dementia?

Aside from the Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker, the only other thing you'll need is an internet enabled phone. You'll still be able to receive alert text messages on an older style phone if the person wanders too far or presses the SOS button. You can also still have two-way conversations if the SOS button is pressed, or if you call the GPS dementia tracker. You just won't be able to see an up-to-date location directly from your phone (which can obviously be useful if you're out on the move looking for someone who is lost).


Getting GPS Locations if the person with Dementia becomes lost

Locating your dementia tracker couldn't be easier:

  • Get a location whenever you need one: Send a text message from your mobile phone to the GPS Dementia Tracker, and get an instant Goole Map link by reply.
  • If the person wanders too far - beyond a distance you set, receive an immediate text alert.
  • See the location online - log in or open an app to see where the dementia tracker is now, and where it has been (this is optional, and involves setting up a free account).

Other alerts when GPS Tracking for dementia or elderly wanderers

If the wearer presses the SOS button, receive an immediate text and phone call (this can also be disabled). If they fall, you can also receive a text alert (it has a small motion sensor inside). Change the alert number(s) at any time via text.

Two way calling and remote listening

Call the device for a two-way conversation - it will answer automatically, so the person with dementia doesn't need to do anything. You can also disable the speaker on the device, if you only want to listen in to the surroundings.


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Flexibility allows easy caring in care-homes

Our GPS trackers for dementia and elderly wanderers are often bought by or for care homes, where residents have freedom to wander outside the boundaries but may be at risk of becoming lost. As the alert numbers (for SOS or wandering too far) can be set via text, whoever's on 'lookout' can easily be set at the start of their shift, unless the care home has a dedicated mobile phone for this purpose. Care staff also need to then ensure that the device is regularly charged either every few days, or every night as part of a routine. You can read about getting the support of care homes here.


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Peace of mind with excellent customer service

When buying our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker, you can be assured of great after-care! We regularly help customers who might get stuck, want to figure out a best way of dealing with a quirky situation, have lost their manual, have somehow damaged the case of their GPS Tracker, and many other one-off needs. We've been dedicated purely to providing GPS Trackers for dementia, Alzheimer's and elderly wanderers for over ten years, so understand the issues that might crop up. We want to make sure you're making best use of your GPS Tracker, so provide a full online information portal for customers with lots of extra tips and troubleshooting guides (although rest assured, most customers get on just fine!)


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User-friendliness for dementia, Alzheimer's or elderly users

Our Stray Star GPS Tracker for dementia cannot be easily switched off - there is a hidden trick to it so that only the carers can power it down (you'll be surprised how many devices have a huge power button easily able to be pressed by fiddly fingers!) The LEDs can be disabled via text without changing the functionality of the device, to make it less distracting for the wearer. Its water-proof so can be worn in a shower or dropped in a puddle (we don't recommend they go through washing machines due to the prolonged heat, but they have even survived this). They can be easily carried as a pendant (a lanyard strap is included), as a keyring (a keyring loop is also included) or worn in a purpose-made optional velcro pouch around an arm, wrist, ankle or belt.


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A GPS Tracker is an assistive device only: there are important limitations to be aware of

A GPS Tracker can of course be immensely useful when a person becomes lost, but it should never be relied upon to encourage a person to go wandering who would be in danger without one.

A GPS Tracker relies on a few factors to be able to give you a location, any of which could become a barrier:

  • The mobile network signal, which could always drop out in more rural areas or if there's a local mast tower fault (which could happen at any time).
  • SIM credit - you can select your SIM credit to top-up automatically, but if its allowed to deplete then it will stop responding to texts.
  • Battery power, and sufficient charging. If a fault should develop with charging apparatus or battery, the device could power down quicker than expected.
  • GPS reception can be lost in certain conditions - within large buildings, heavy cloud cover or tall surrounding buildings or trees.
  • The person carrying it - whether you attach it to keys, a handbag, jacket, there's always a chance they could leave without it.

These are just things to be aware of though. When someone is elderly, has dementia or Alzheimer's and is at risk of wandering, our GPS Tracker is still a useful back-up device to greatly improve the likelihood of locating them quickly.

As you may have noticed - we're fully upfront and wanting to ensure you have the best information available! If you're not sure of anything, just get in touch.


Learn more or buy our GPS Dementia Tracker today - with no risk

We're so sure you'll find our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker incredibly useful that we can't wait for you to try it. The feedback we receive is always positive. If for any reason though you aren't happy, or you can't persuade the person to keep an eye on to wear it - then don't worry, you have 7 days from receiving it to let us know and set up a return. We're a friendly team, and are always here to help.

Learn More About Our Stray Star GPS Tracker
Buy It Now
“I purchased a Stray Star GPS Tracker for my Mother who has dementia. Really pleased with it, it gives peace of mind that we can find her if she gets lost. Excellent Service!”Steve, June 2018
“I purchased a Stray Star GPS Tracker for my Mother who has dementia. Really pleased with it, it gives peace of mind that we can find her if she gets lost. Excellent Service!”Steve, June 2018

What Does it Cost To Run The Dementia Tracker?

No subscriptions, no monthly fees, no hidden charges - Its very cheap and you're in full control

After purchasing a dementia tracker, the only other cost you'll have to pay if for SIM usage (just like you would with a mobile phone). When you receive it you'll activate the pre-installed GiffGaff (o2 network) SIM card using a simple step-by-step welcome guide. This costs £10 as 'Pay as you Go' credit, but you will also get £5 added for free. This is all done via a third-party online account which you'll look after yourself.

Location texts only cost 5p, so the £15 credit will then dwindle down slowly (most customers only pay about £1-2 per month, some only pay that per year), but you can set it to auto-topup once it drops below a certain amount.

“The tracker makes me feel that mum has a little friend in her pocket who is keeping an eye on her for me! Thank you so much.”Linda, Manchester UK
“The tracker makes me feel that mum has a little friend in her pocket who is keeping an eye on her for me! Thank you so much.”Linda, Manchester UK

Two Real-World examples of using a GPS Tracker for Dementia

#1A customer called Shirley called one day who was desperate to reliably track her sister with Dementia. Shirley had purchased a similar GPS Tracker elsewhere. She explained how the accuracy was often out by a mile, so offering no useful way to know where her sister was. She purchased our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker instead after being assured of its features and our customer service. She soon emailed in to say:

“I am pleased with the device at the moment. So far the device appears to be very accurate compared to a similar product I purchased from another supplier recently, but had to return owing to poor performance.”
We were then in touch again to help her set up online tracking and get up and running:
“So far this device is working really well for us. I have set up the online tracking and really impressed with the additional information it provides. The online tracking and notifications when my sister leaves a geo-fence all work.”

It's always great to know the devices are being useful, so we were glad to hear the following feedback from Shirley:

“Sister went off yesterday and we located her to an exact address which we recognised. Therefore there was no need to worry!”Shirley, June 2019

#2George wrote a blog post after using our GPS Dementia Tracker:

“”When you live with, and care for, a person with dementia or Alzheimer’s, you constantly fight an internal battle between restricting their activities, in order to protect them, and maintaining the normal level of activity, in order to exercise their mental acuity and permit their life style to continue with a degree of normality.

It is sometimes difficult to achieve one aim without impacting on the other. In order to exercise a degree of, unsupervised, activity, a carer feels as though they are relaxing the physical supervision that is called for, with the possibility of harm occurring to the person in their care.

The issue arises as to how a person can be safe when, for example, shopping or merely taking exercise in their immediate neighborhood.

Recently, in order to give me a degree of comfort in these two polarized matters, I bought a personal GPS Tracker that my good wife can hang around her neck, with her spectacles. This device is designed specifically for people suffering various forms of dementia.

I am extremely grateful for your speedy and succinct advice. Your email is the essence of clarity. I had a problem setting up the on-line tracking on my PC (and mirrored on my tablet). The companies Customer Services guy, Will, took my problem by the scruff of its neck and had it sorted in two shakes of a lambs tail (we do live among the fells after all). I have nothing but praise for the company and the support it provides.”George, July 2019

Our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker Frequently Save Lives

We've heard many stories from customers who have been able to quickly locate a loved one who has gone missing, sometimes in the night.

Without a GPS Tracker, police are often called, and a search can continue for hours until the person is found.

The longer it takes, the greater the risk is.

“We purchased a Stray tracker for our Dad who has dementia, in early November. We have been really pleased with the reassurance it gives us as he still lives at home independently but visits my mum daily in the local care home she is a resident in so we are able to check he has arrived safely and has been dropped home at night by his taxi.”Noreen, 2018
“We purchased a Stray tracker for our Dad who has dementia, in early November. We have been really pleased with the reassurance it gives us as he still lives at home independently but visits my mum daily in the local care home she is a resident in so we are able to check he has arrived safely and has been dropped home at night by his taxi.”Noreen, 2018

Common ways our Stray Star GPS Tracker is used

GPS Dementia Trackers allow you to receive instant map locations to your phone, to know when and where your loved one has wandered. Tracking dementia and Alzheimer's patients can also allow you to learn their routine walking routes, and offer peace of mind should they become lost.

GPS Elderly Trackers offer a range of benefits. The Trackers are waterproof, tamperproof, offer an SOS (panic) button should your elderly relative become confused, and also two-way calling. Yes - they're also like very simple mini-mobile phones!
Fall Detectors make great use of built-in motion-tracking functionality - if the wearer falls, the device will trigger a text alert to be sent to up to three carers. They can also call-out by pressing the button in an emergency.
“The new tracker appears to be working as expected, and indeed it was needed yesterday evening as mother-in-law decided to go for a bit of a wander. It alerted me and I was able to intercept her before she got very far, so that was a great relief.” Jon, 2019

Buy Your Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker Today

What a fantastic product. I would recommend this to anyone needing to track someone. Many thanks and again thanks for your superb service.”Peter, 2017
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“The tracker is amazing we can have peace of mind knowing where he is at any given time, what a difference it has made, it’s amazing.”Jean, 2015
“We have a family member with early Alzheimer’s and he tends to go off on wanders… It is a fantastic bit of kit and we are so pleased”Janine, Merseyside
“I bought a Stray Star GPS Tracker a few weeks ago for my father who has dementia – I think it is a great product and it has been working very well”Liz, 2016
“It has been excellent, as my dad has dementia and it gives my mum peace of mind.”Lorraine

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