Medicaid can help fund assistive technology like GPS Trackers. The process is challenging, but could make a real difference for your child’s well-being.
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Updated: Prevent Wandering Related Tragedies – Support Kevin & Avonte’s Law for the Autism Community
Every year the number of tragic, preventable wandering deaths rises. We need to do all we can to make sure Kevin and Avonte’s bill is voted into law.
President Trump, we urgently need your help! We are very concerned about how we as a nation will continue to support kids with special needs, including proper education and health care.
Cute, colorful GPS bracelets made of textured materials are not an option for children with sensory issues and obsessive behaviors and will quickly be removed and discarded. The AngelSense GPS Tracker was created to keep children with special needs safe, and that’s why it was designed to stay on!
How can you use the start of a new year to sharpen your own parenting skills and resolve to make 2017 the best year for you and your family? Here are 17 quotes to keep you inspired and on track in 2017.
The AngelSense GPS Tracker was created to ensure the safety and well-being of our special children, making things easier. As we look back at 2016, we’re very proud to have been able to do that for many families. Here are some of their stories.
The festive season can be overwhelming for kids with special needs. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are 10 simple but fun activities your entire family will enjoy.
With the year coming to a close, we asked our customer care team or, as we like to call them, “Our Moms”, what they’re thankful for. Interestingly, all our Moms made it a point to say that they’re thankful for technologies that make their life just a little bit easier and better in some way.
It’s not uncommon for a person with dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease to wander. What makes this particularly worrying is that this can happen regardless of how advanced the disease is. In fact, some research suggests that at least 60% of Alzheimer’s suffers will wander at some point during the progression of the disease. This often results in a person getting separated from their loved ones, and can put their life at risk.