GPS Tracking Devices For Elderly

GPS tracking devices for elderly parents or those with special needs could be the difference between life and death. For those with Alzheimer's or dementia, a GPS tracker can alert a caregiver the instant a special needs patient wanders outside of their home. Choose from a tiny GPS tracker or the revolutionary GPS shoe, and set a virtual border around your parents' home. If the senior with the GPS tracker exits the home, you'll be notified immediately via text or email. Check on their location in real time right from your PC or smartphone and never worry that they'll go missing again.

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A GPS locator can provide critical security for caregivers of the elderly and those with special needs. BrickHouse Security provides multiple senior tracking devices for elderly victims of dementia and Alzheimer’s, as well as smaller locators for children with conditions like autism. Senior tracking devices are the best way to know for sure that a high-risk patient is where they should be, giving the family peace of mind that they are safe. The GPS tracking system is ideal for anyone taking care of someone who tends to wander, with solutions for finding toddlers to seniors. For low-risk patients, a GPS data logger can be retrieved after the fact, revealing where the device has traveled, for no monthly fees. The choice of device type will depend on the patient and the caretaker, but our customer support team can help by walking you through your options.

Our small, portable GPS tracking devices are easy to carry or wear with the right GPS accessories, making them convenient options for users who want to protect their family members. Some of the GPS accessories that we offer include magnetic cases for attaching to vehicles as well as lanyards and belt clips which allow the devices to be wearable. In order for GPS tracking to be successful, the device must be carried, so it’s important to select accessories that are reasonable for the particular patient using the device. 

Relatives who are high-risk with dementia, Alzheimers, autism, or other conditions that can make going out alone dangerous for them are prime candidates for location monitoring with a GPS device. Those who struggle with debilitating physical conditions and occasionally need rescue may benefit from such devices as well, although in those cases it’s important for caretakers to understand the balance between monitoring and spying. Oftentimes patients may benefit from being monitored but still desire their independence and privacy. In our GPS learning library we have an article about GPS tracking and elderly care that breaks down some of the common concerns users generally have and how to deal with them. We curate each article in our learning library around the common questions that our customers bring to our customer support team. 

Because education is such an important part of what we do at BrickHouse Security, we’re committed to providing our customers with the tools you need to accomplish your GPS tracking goals. If you have questions about selecting the best GPS device for protecting your loved ones, understanding how GPS tracking works, gaining knowledge about the best ways to use the tracker and customize the tracking platform, or any other questions, we invite you to visit our help site or contact our team directly for one-on-one guidance. Our dedicated support team is always on standby to assist you with any needs you may have. It is our commitment to you that we help you troubleshoot any issues to ensure your GPS tracking success.

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