Five Affordable Safety Tools for Wanderers

Posted by on May 22, 2013 in Featured | 0 comments

Five Affordable Safety Tools for Wanderers

FIVE AFFORDABLE SAFETY TOOLS

Through our work to address Autism Wandering over the last few years, we’ve discovered some effective and inexpensive ways to help keep our kids safe.  Please review this information and share with other caregivers who may benefit from it. For more information and additional Items, please visit NAA’s BigRedSafetyShop.com.

1.) Door/Window Alarms These battery-operated alarms are super easy to install and can be found at many retail outlets including Home Depot, Walmart and Radio Shack.

2.) Shoe ID Tags  These are especially good for our kids who can’t tolerate wearing an ID bracelet.  They’re water-resistant and attach easily to shoes with velcro. Using a Sharpie, you can write your emergency contact information and medical conditions onto the inside of the tags.

3.) Stop Signs  A visual prompt that makes your child stop – or even pause for a moment – can be critical to preventing a tragedy. To create your own, click here and print this document.

4.) Guardian Lock The Guardian Lock is a portable lock you can use on any door – and you can take it with you when you travel.  This lock is difficult for even our most talented little escape artists to get through. Watch this YouTube video for a demonstration.

5.) Temporary Tattoos We love these colorful and fun temporary tattoos, especially for vacations or even a quick outing in your local community. Each kit contains six Lost and Found Autism Temporary Tattoos, one Tattoos With A Purpose Marker, six Moisture Towelettes (for applying) and six On-The-Go Alcohol Wipes (for removing).  These tattoos last for several days.

For additional resources, please visit our AWAARE website, and click here to join our Wandering Prevention Facebook group.

 

Disclaimer:  NAA is not affiliated with the manufacturers of these products.  The above is posted for informational purposes only.  NAA offers no guarantee and accepts no liability on product performance.

 

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