Building Safer Communities for Those Who Wander

By Project Lifesaver International As parents we strive every day to keep our children safe and protected. All the more so when our child is on the autism spectrum. Some may be non-verbal and prone to the life threatening behavior of wandering. An autistic child who wanders can put themselves in extremely unsafe situations. Many autistic elopers will typically hide or run complicating the search and rescue efforts, posing significant challenges for first responders and reducing the chances of the wanderer's safe return. Additionally … [Read more...]