Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office Project LifeSaver
FBCSO Project Lifesaver Program is designed to support families and caregivers of individuals who are prone to wandering due to cognitive disorders. Our mission is to bring loved ones home quickly, safely, and effectively.
This program provides a small arm bracelet with a radio frequency to a person who has a history of wandering or may be prone to wandering caused by a cognitive disorder such as Autism, Alzheimer's, Dementia Disorder, Intellectual Disability Disorders (IDD), Traumatic Brain Injury, etc. FBCSO Deputies are trained and equipped with a receiver device to aid in locating the person (client) if they go missing. If you fear for the safety of your loved one due to their wandering tendencies, and you want peace of mind, please review the criteria below that would qualify your loved one to participate in the FBCSO Project Lifesaver Program.
- The Client MUST live within Fort Bend County (The Project Lifesaver Coordinator can verify this for you).
- The Client MUST have a diagnosis of a cognitive disorder (Autism, Alzheimer's, Dementia Disorder, Intellectual Disability Disorders (IDD), Traumatic Brain Injury, etc.).
- The Client MUST NOT be allowed to drive an automobile of any kind, at any time.
You may submit an application on your loved one's behalf by clicking the link below. Once the application has been submitted, the Project Lifesaver Coordinator will contact you after the application has been reviewed to advise you of the next steps. You may still fill out an application if you are unsure if your loved one meets the criteria above.
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