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Life and Independence for Today (LIFT)
Life and Independence for Today (LIFT) - Dedicated to the empowerment of all people with disabilities
Life and Independence for Today (LIFT)
International Project Lifesaver

Project Lifesaver

Started in 1999, Project Lifesaver is an award winning program consisting of police, sheriff, search and rescue, fire, public safety departments and other emergency responders.  Individuals with the tendency to wander wear a small transmitter (bracelet) on their wrist or ankle that emits an individualized tracking signal.  When the caregiver calls 911 to report a missing individual, they will have the ability to recognize the individual as a Project Lifesaver client, thus saving valuable time. The search and rescue teams will use Project Lifesaver receivers to track the signal being emitted by the individual’s transmitter, thus saving valuable time.  A typical search for these individuals takes approximately 9 hours. At a cost of $1,500 per hour, the average search comes to a total of $13,500.  With Project Lifesaver, the average search is 30 minutes and to date they have a 100% success rate with over 3,300 rescues. Read More.....

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