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Project Lifesaver provides peace of mind...

Caregivers responsible for the safety of loved ones with Alzheimer's, dementia, autism or other disorders, often live in fear that they will wander off and become lost. Project Lifesaver has eased that fear for many Baldwin and Mobile County residents. The program is designed to track participants who are traveling on foot; however, it also has proved to be an asset when other scenarios arise. Project Lifesaver maintains individual profiles that include vital statistics on its enrolled participants that are readily available if they wander and become lost.

Project Lifesaver is the nation's most effective program for locating and rescuing individuals that wander and are missing. In 1999, the Chesapeake, Va., Sheriff's Office and the 43rd Virginia Search and Rescue Company began Project Lifesaver, which now operates in 35 states and Canada. Baldwin County is Alabama's fifth county to participate in this program.To watch a Public Service Announcement from Sheriff Mack and Sheriff Cochran of Mobile County Sheriff's Office, please click here.

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