Study shows GPS devices help dementia patients, families

01/31/2013 | United Press International

Researchers in Norway said giving patients with dementia GPS devices helped foster greater feelings of security and freedom, as well as a higher quality of life. Five municipalities helped the research team with the study, which found that a location and alarm system was unobtrusive for patients in the early stages of dementia while providing peace of mind for caregivers.

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