Clients who are a part of the Project Lifesaver program wear a radio wrist transmitter emitting an automatic tracking signal. Should their loved one go missing, caregivers are instructed to immediately contact 911.

How to enrol:

If you think your loved one could benefit from the program, a doctor's note or letter is needed. Project Lifesaver will come to your home and outfit the person with the transmitter, and take note of the coordinates of the home and also any hazards surrounding it that may injure a wandering person. 

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Annapolis County Ground Search and Rescue,  P.O. Box 234, Bridgetown N.S. B0S 1C0 902 349 7778 info@ACGSAR.ca

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Project Lifesaver aims to assist in finding

people prone to wandering off

Project Lifesaver participants wear a wristband that emits a radio signal. Project Lifesaver saves lives and further serves the community by significantly reducing the need for extensive search and rescue operations that are often extremely costly in human and financial terms.

Project Lifesaver of Nova Scotia

Project Lifesaver is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting and responding to the challenge to caregivers of finding wandering or bolting loved ones who may suffer from Alzheimer's Disease, Autism or any other special needs requirements. Clients registered with Project Lifesaver wear a personalized bracelet. It is a one-ounce battery operated radio wrist transmitter that emits a unique automatic tracking signal every second, 24 hours a day. Project Lifesaver equips and trains search & rescue agencies in an active response system to help with the increasing problem of locating wandering patients before they fall victim to the elements, accidents or predators. It is the opinion of Project Lifesaver that radio frequency tracking equipment, in the hands of trained public safety personnel, represents the most reliable and effective technology available to locate wandering loved ones.

Our Purpose and Goals

1. Project Lifesaver Association of Nova Scotia will establish, promote, develop and coordinate educational programs to educate the general public on Project Lifesaver. 2. Conduct meetings to provide a public forum for promoting search and rescue technologies in Nova Scotia. 3. Maintain partnerships with our community partners to promote the health and safety, with people with individuals at risk for wandering, within our community. 4. Promote the formation of local Project Lifesaver chapters within Nova Scotia by providing support in the form of guidance, educational materials and consulting services. 5. Promote standardization of Project Lifesavers Chapters within Nova Scotia by preparing and communicating operating procedures, programs and templates. 6. Project Lifesaver’s fundraising will be used for program operations, training, certification and co-ordination of Public Safety.
To find out more, go to: www.projectlifesaver.info

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Project Lifesaver aims

to assist in finding

people prone to

wandering off

Project Lifesaver participants wear a wristband that emits a radio signal. Project Lifesaver saves lives and further serves the community by significantly reducing the need for extensive search and rescue operations that are often extremely costly in human and financial terms.

Project Lifesaver of Nova Scotia

Project Lifesaver is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting and responding to the challenge to caregivers of finding wandering or bolting loved ones who may suffer from Alzheimer's Disease, Autism or any other special needs requirements. Clients registered with Project Lifesaver wear a personalized bracelet. It is a one-ounce battery operated radio wrist transmitter that emits a unique automatic tracking signal every second, 24 hours a day. Project Lifesaver equips and trains search & rescue agencies in an active response system to help with the increasing problem of locating wandering patients before they fall victim to the elements, accidents or predators. It is the opinion of Project Lifesaver that radio frequency tracking equipment, in the hands of trained public safety personnel, represents the most reliable and effective technology available to locate wandering loved ones.

Our Purpose and Goals

1. Project Lifesaver Association of Nova Scotia  will establish, promote, develop and coordinate educational programs to educate the general public on Project Lifesaver. 2. Conduct meetings to provide a public forum for promoting search and rescue technologies in Nova Scotia. 3. Maintain partnerships with our community partners to promote the health and safety, with people with individuals at risk for wandering, within our community. 4. Promote the formation of local Project Lifesaver chapters within Nova Scotia by providing support in the form of guidance, educational materials and consulting services. 5. Promote standardization of Project Lifesavers Chapters within Nova Scotia by preparing and communicating operating procedures, programs and templates. 6. Project Lifesaver’s fundraising will be used for program operations, training, certification and co-ordination of Public Safety.
Clients who are a part of the Project Lifesaver program wear a radio wrist transmitter emitting an automatic tracking signal. Should their loved one go missing, caregivers are instructed to immediately contact 911.

How to enrol:

If you think your loved one could benefit from the program, a doctor's note or letter is needed. Project Lifesaver will come to your home and outfit the person with the transmitter, and take note of the coordinates of the home and also any hazards surrounding it that may injure a wandering person. 
To find out more, go to: www.projectlifesaver.info

Annapolis County Ground

Search and Rescue Service Area

CONTACT US

Annapolis County Ground Search and Rescue,  P.O. Box 234, Bridgetown N.S. B0S 1C0 902 349 7778 info@ACGSAR.ca

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Project Lifesaver aims to assist

in finding people prone to

wandering off

Project Lifesaver participants wear a wristband that emits a radio signal. Project Lifesaver saves lives and further serves the community by significantly reducing the need for extensive search and rescue operations that are often extremely costly in human and financial terms.

Project Lifesaver of Nova Scotia

Project Lifesaver is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting and responding to the challenge to caregivers of finding wandering or bolting loved ones who may suffer from Alzheimer's Disease, Autism or any other special needs requirements. Clients registered with Project Lifesaver wear a personalized bracelet. It is a one-ounce battery operated radio wrist transmitter that emits a unique automatic tracking signal every second, 24 hours a day. Project Lifesaver equips and trains search & rescue agencies in an active response system to help with the increasing problem of locating wandering patients before they fall victim to the elements, accidents or predators. It is the opinion of Project Lifesaver that radio frequency tracking equipment, in the hands of trained public safety personnel, represents the most reliable and effective technology available to locate wandering loved ones.

Our Purpose and Goals

1. Project Lifesaver Association of Nova Scotia will establish, promote, develop and coordinate educational programs to educate the general public on Project Lifesaver. 2. Conduct meetings to provide a public forum for promoting search and rescue technologies in Nova Scotia. 3. Maintain partnerships with our community partners to promote the health and safety, with people with individuals at risk for wandering, within our community. 4. Promote the formation of local Project Lifesaver chapters within Nova Scotia by providing support in the form of guidance, educational materials and consulting services. 5. Promote standardization of Project Lifesavers Chapters within Nova Scotia by preparing and communicating operating procedures, programs and templates. 6. Project Lifesaver’s fundraising will be used for program operations, training, certification and co-ordination of Public Safety.
Clients who are a part of the Project Lifesaver program wear a radio wrist transmitter emitting an automatic tracking signal. Should their loved one go missing, caregivers are instructed to immediately contact 911.

How to enrol:

If you think your loved one could benefit from the program, a doctor's note or letter is needed. Project Lifesaver will come to your home and outfit the person with the transmitter, and take note of the coordinates of the home and also any hazards surrounding it that may injure a wandering person. 
To find out more, go to: www.projectlifesaver.info

CONTACT US

Annapolis County Ground Search and Rescue,  P.O. Box 234, Bridgetown N.S. B0S 1C0 902 349 7778 info@ACGSAR.ca

Annapolis County Ground Search and Rescue Service Area

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