GPS Tracking for Elderly People
GPS Tracking for elderly wanderers provides great reassurance and peace of mind. These discrete little Elderly Trackers also give a little extra comfort for the elderly person too - who might feel freer to wander without as much risk of being lost.
Know when they wander, and where they are. Because an increasing amount of elderly people live alone, GPS Tracking for elderly use is essential for carers.
Fenced GPS Tracking For Elderly wanderers
GPS Tracking for elderly wanderers is now a little easier with a useful function called "geo-fencing". It allows you to set the GPS Tracker to send you an automatic text alert if the tracked elderly person wanders a certain distance from a certain point.
So if they wander 100 meters from their house, you will receive a text alert and know exactly where they are.
Our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker even takes geo-fencing one step further. You can receive alerts if the tracker moves out of a zone, or into a zone. You can set up to three places, and know if the GPS tracker goes into any of those zones.
“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
GPS Tracking for Elderly People: The Solution
Our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker gives instant locations via text or with free online tracking. It also has a large SOS button on the front, which when pressed, sends an automatic text alert to up to three carers. It also calls the numbers in turn, to connect for a two-way conversation. This is a very cheap GPS Tracker to use too - it uses a micro SIM card (which we install for free if you need one) and then has standard text and call costs. These can be inclusive minutes and texts though - so might only be £5 per month.
This GPS tracker makes GPS tracking for elderly wanderers with dementia a little more reassuring - you can call the GPS Tracker to listen in to the surroundings, or have a two-way conversation with the elderly person. You can also listen in to the surroundings, to check on where they are. All of these functions can be carried out by sending specific text messages to the device.
GPS Tracking for Elderly Stroke Risk: Fall Detection
The devices also work as fall detectors! Because you can set a function to alert you if the person falls. The GPS Tracking Device will send you its location information via text message, to your mobile phone (click link to see how this works). You can then click on a link within the text to see the location. It can also call you so you can talk to and reassure the elderly relative. Its a lot easier than it sounds, and our detailed manual accompanying your GPS Tracker will explain all you need to know!
GPS Tracking for elderly people can be a huge help if an elderly relative ever travels alone, lives alone, or is prone to wandering or even stroke risk. While we specialise in dementia trackers for dementia or Alzheimer's, their uses are endless - as our great customer feedback suggests. So if you have any questions at all, just get in touch.
Stray Star GPS Tracking for Elderly Use
See our Stray Star GPS Dementia Tracker for elderly wanderers: packed with features, free pre-installed SIM card and plenty of great information, support and aftercare. GPS Tracking for Elderly care has never been so reassuring, easy, cheap and convenient.
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