Sunday, September 16, 2007

Radio bracelets help parents find lost children with disabilities

Tracking clients. In the event a Project Lifesaver bracelet wearer gets lost, searchers can tune to that client's radio frequency and direct rescuers to their location. Even the sheriff's office STAR helicopter units are equipped with the locator equipment. 2000 FLORIDA TODAY file

Bracelets with personalized radio transmitters are helping Florida authorities quickly track children with autism or other disabilities who are prone to wander. Florida Today (Melbourne)

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