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 September 11, 2018  Posted by  Healthcare, Surveillance

Nina Afgrawal reports:

Los Angeles County officials launched a program Wednesday to help locate people with autism, Alzheimer’s disease or dementia who may wander off and go missing.

The program, called L.A. Found, will make use of bracelets that can be tracked through radio frequency by sheriff’s deputies. It will also create a new office, housed within the department of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services, to coordinate a countywide response when somebody goes missing.

Read more on The L.A. Times.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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