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How to Ensure Schools Are Well-Prepared for Lock Downs

Sending a special needs child to school is hard enough, but when you can’t control the unexpected, it’s even more stressful. One of the most difficult experiences for a child on the autism spectrum to handle is a lockdown drill, yet they are becoming far more prevalent in American schools. For parents and educators, the

A Proven Solution to Prevent Wandering Tragedies

How AngelSense Saved the Life of a 15-Year Girl with Asperger’s Syndrome

Kathy Gilray is the mother of a 15-year-old girl with Asperger’s Syndrome from Texas. On Aug 17th, 2015, around 4:10 in the afternoon, her daughter was kidnapped and sexually assaulted. “I am convinced her AngelSense device saved her life,” Kathy says. Kathy had tried other monitoring devices for her daughter to help keep her safe

A Response to Black Mirror’s Representation of GPS Tracking for Kids

So what’s it like to be an autism parent? Let’s start with the fact that autism parents have the same cortisol level as veterans with PTSD. Just take a minute to imagine what your daily life must look like to create those levels of stress hormones. Have you ever lost your child for a minute,

Autism Alliance of Michigan Partners with AngelSense to Distribute Innovative GPS Based Monitoring Solution to Families in Need

Autism Family in Michigan

Initiative Grants Autism Families a personal monitoring solution (which includes a GPS Device and app for guardians) Designed By AngelSense to Keep Children with Autism Safe [Michigan, January 23rd, 2018] The Autism Alliance of Michigan (AAOMI) Sean Taglione Memorial Global Positioning Program has partnered with AngelSense, an innovative GPS & Voice-Monitoring solution designed specifically for

2017 in Review: AngelSense Saves the Day for These Special Needs Families

Parenting a child with special needs comes with its own set of unique challenges. For families of children with special needs, safety is always a concern. AngelSense is honored to help parents keep their children safe, and bring peace of mind. As we look back at 2017, we’re very proud to have helped thousands of

Kevin and Avonte’s Law Empowers Community Agencies to Protect Children Who Wander

After years of bipartisan legislation, Kevin and Avonte’s Law has finally passed. This law was named in honor of two young boys with autism that wandered from their homes and drowned in nearby bodies of water. For the growing population of children diagnosed with autism, this law is an incredible step forward in improving quality

A Proven Solution to Prevent Wandering Tragedies

Are you a nonprofit or government agency charged with supporting parents of children with special needs? AngelSense gives you the power to prevent wandering tragedies in your community! AngelSense is a unique and innovative solution that empowers parents and caretakers to protect their special needs children who wander or have a tendency to hide. It

Updated March 2018: Kevin and Avonte’s Law Passes Congress! Prevent Wandering Related Tragedies – Support Kevin & Avonte’s Law for the Autism Community

No More Wandering Deaths - Take Action!

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.

Unsure How to Protect a Loved One with Alzheimer’s from Wandering? Start Here

Elderly woman with Alzheimer's disease and caregiver

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.

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