|Project Lifesaver is an organization that started in Chesapeake, Virginia in 1999 to provide aid to those afflicted with Alzheimer's Disease, dementia, Autism, Down's Syndrome and similar disorders that may cause disorientation and wandering behaviors. Project Lifesaver uses a radio frequency transmitter to locate individuals who may have become disoriented or have wandered. This is the same technology that has been used to track wildlife for more than 30 years.|
|Over 10,000 people are currently enrolled in Project Lifesaver in 41 states and 1 Canadian Province. There have been more than 1500 searches take place with a rescue rate of 100%; with an average rescue time of under 30 minutes. Free helicopter support services are available in 8 states.|
|Hope Enterprises, Inc. is the local administrator for Project Lifesaver services. Hope is responsible for determining eligibility, completing paperwork, reviewing fee schedules, and placing the transmitter band on the person.|
| Hope works with the
following Police departments to provide Project Lifesaver
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