Monday, May 24, 2010

Find a Lost Loved One with the EmFinders EmSeeQ!

I live in an area with a large population of elderly people. Often, I read in the newspaper that someone suffering from dementia has wandered off and can’t be found. Sadly, they are sometimes found in one of the many canals and other bodies of water that are abundant in the area. Wandering can also be a problem for families with a young child or one with special needs, such as autism. Around 10 million Americans are considered cognitively impaired due to Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, autism, traumatic brain injury or other condition. Wandering occurs at some point in about 60 percent of Alzheimer’s patients and about 92 percent of autistic children! I recently heard about a product that may be able to offer families like these some peace of mind.

The EmFinders EmSeeQ emergency locator system uses a wristwatch-style device to track down anyone who is wearing it, right down to their precise location. Here are some of the unique features of this product:

National Coverage: It uses the national cellular network, which covers over 90 percent of the USA and requires NO additional equipment for law enforcement.

Affordable: It provides protection and peace of mind for less than the cost of a standard cell phone with monthly service.

Reliable: It is designed to work inside buildings, parking garages and other structures where GPS often does not.

Works with 9-1-1 Systems: It’s integrated into the national 9-1-1 emergency system for fast response time.

Seamless for Local Authorities: It works with all 9-1-1 systems, and requires NO special training or purchase of special equipment.

Durable: The EmFinders EmSeeQ device is water-resistant and can be worn 24 hours a day.

Easy to Use: There’s no software to install or buttons to push. The battery lasts up to one week between charges, and alerts the caregiver if the device needs recharging.

Flexible: Two bracelet models are available: a watch-style band with a buckle, and a secure clasp-style band that requires two hands for removal to ensure that it cannot be removed by the impaired individual.

If you’re the caregiver for a special needs child or impaired adult, find out if this service is right for you. For more information about the EmSeeQ device, visit

DISCLOSURE: No compensation was provided for this post. I have not tried this product but offer this as a public service option for those in need of an emergency locator system.


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