Volunteers install backyard fence to protect autistic boy

News Brief – Lancaster, Ohio The fence went up yesterday and the gates were finished today so 9 year old Kyle, finally had his fence enclosing the backyard. Like so many children with autism, Kyle doesn’t realize the dangers around where he lives. He is able to unlock the doors to the house and go […]

Missing autistic boy, Avonte Oquendo – Update

Efforts continue in the search for 14 year old Avonte Oquendo who went missing on October 4th from his school.  The family and community remain positive and no tip or idea is left unexamined. Oquendo’s grandmother Doris McCoy is convinced someone has her grandson and that he is still alive: “Please bring him back, don’t […]

Guarantee Your Children’s Safety With ChildTrack 24/7

Children get lost every day but fortunately they are usually found quickly. With children on the autism spectrum the statistics are more disturbing. Parents may try to do everything they can but if you have a child who bolts or wanders additional precautions are necessary. ChildTrack 24/7 is the way to go about children’s safety. […]

A Mini GPS Tracking Device For Your Loved Ones

Wandering and bolting continue to be a major issue for children on the autism spectrum. Estimates suggest that up to 49% of individuals with ASD will wander off or bolt at some time. The statistics are the highest for children under seven. If you have a child that falls into this category then the mini […]

Keep Your Children Safe Using The Amber Alert GPS 3G Armor

There aren’t many tracking devices that work as great as Amber Alert GPS 3G Armor. This device is fast, reliable and easy to use. Even though it requires you to familiarize yourself with the use of tablets, computers and smartphones, it doesn’t require you to know too much of that “stuff”. All you need to […]

Search continues for missing autistic boy now in its second week.

UPDATE Fourteen year old Avonte Oquendo of Queens, New York remains missing despite increase efforts to locate his whereabouts. The $5,000 reward offered by a local law firm, Mayerson & Associates, for his safe return has been doubled to $10,000. His brother Daniel Oquendo, Jr., said “I know they’re going through hours and hours of surveillance, so […]

QR Code iD: A Smart Tool for Wandering Prevention

One of the most common worries among parents of children with autism is safety. Since children with autism struggle with communicating their desires and problems, there is a tendency for them to run off. Moreover, their limitations on communication may prove a difficulty not only for them but also for rescuers and people who find […]

The Fear of a lost child: Wandering, Drowning, and Autism a growing concern

Drowning as a consequence of wandering has long been a challenge to families whose kids are diagnosed with autism. Back in 2009 to 2011, statistics show that 91 percent of autistic children aged 14 and below who wandered have consequently drowned. The fear brought about by this problem was further heightened when the body of […]

Service Dogs Help the Entire Family of an Autistic Child – Part 2

Anthony Kuznia, an 11 year old autistic went missing last Wednesday in East Grand Forks Michigan. Just over a day later, his body was retrieved about a half a mile from his home. Although there were no obvious signs of trauma, an autopsy will be preformed. Anthony had a history of wandering off as is […]

Project Lifesaver Helps Bring Loved Ones Home

On Sunday in New Zealand, Eamon Smith was reported missing by his family about 4.30pm. He was successfully located by neighbours who were aware of the disappearance. This was not the first time Eamon who is autistic had gone wandering. Both a jet boat and helicopter were used to cover every square foot of the area. […]