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    Forbes HEALTH

    The Best GPS Trackers For Seniors: A 2024 Guide

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    Wandering is a common behavioral expression by older people with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Unfortunately, wandering can be harmful and even life-threatening, putting people with dementia at risk of falls or other injuries, getting lost, dehydration, traffic accidents or drowning. At the very least, the prospect of a loved one wandering can cause a tremendous amount of distress and anxiety for caregivers and family members.

    If you have a loved one who is prone to wandering, a GPS tracker device can help safeguard their well-being by monitoring their location at all times. Read on to learn more about GPS-enabled trackers to see if this type of device might be a worthy investment for yourself or a loved one.

    SecuLife Personal GPS Tracker for Elderly, Dementia, & Alzheimer’s

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    • Device cost: No charge for device
    • Subscription cost: “Basic” plan includes 60 minutes a month of talk time and five-minute GPS location intervals—and costs $19 a month with an annual plan or $15.20 a month when prepaying $182.40 for 12 months. “Elite” plan includes unlimited minutes per month of talk time and 30-second GPS location intervals—and costs $39 per month with an annual plan or $31.20 monthly when prepaying $374.40 for 12 months.
    • Available for purchase on Amazon or SecuLife website
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