GPS Trackers Dementia: Overcoming Resistance

GPS Trackers Dementia can offer a challenge in persuading the person to wear or carry it. There are normally two main reasons for this: Our Stray Star GPS Trackers Dementia come with a lanyard cable for wearing as a pendant, but can also be used as a key-fob, or carried in the optional carry-pouch. Its also been known for customers …

Challenges of Caring for Someone With Dementia

Here we look at some of the more personal aspects of caring for a person with dementia, from a carer’s point of view. Dementia describes the range of symptoms that occur when the brain is affected by certain diseases and conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease, vascular disease and multiple sclerosis. About 850,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with dementia, a …

Dementia Tracker: Getting the Support of Care Homes

If you buy a GPS Dementia Tracker for a loved onewho is looked after in a care home, you’ll want to ensure that the staff are on-board and know what to do. Care and support workers can be incredibly busy, with many other things to remember as part of their plentiful routines. Fortunately, the setting up and working of the Stray Star …

Alzheimer’s Research Update 19/02/18

Alzheimer’s Research Update 19/02/18 As an aside from GPS Trackers for dementia and Alzheimer’s, here you will find some of the more notable bits of news to emerge from Alzheimer’s research. The links take you to the original articles, in a new tab. 12/02/18 – Arthritis drugs could halve the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, study suggests Drugs used to treat …

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Dementia Trackers

There are already 850,000 diagnosed, two-thirds of which will wander at least once – if not found within 24 hours, up to half can suffer serious injury or death. Our Dementia Trackers can help you find them quickly. Our Stray Star GPS dementia tracker is one of the best dementia trackers on the market – a simple, great solution, offering reassurance and convenience …