Just over 4 weeks ago my sister, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's 2 years ago, was brought back to her home by police around 1 am having been found on a bus when the driver returned it to the garage. She had no idea of where she wanted to go and could not give her home address (she lives alone about 30 miles from me). Fortunately she had a medical blister pack in one of her bags which gave her address and the officers took her home and then notified me. Incidentally, the police officers told me she was carrying 3 handbags and 2 carrier bags when the driver brought her to the police station. She has shown no inclination to wander since that time, and has no clear memories of the event, but does remember the police officers who brought her home. Since this happened I have been able to access Home Care for her, including door sensors which alert the Care Team if she leaves the house between 9.30 pm and 9.30 am. In a strange way I feel that this happening has been a bit of a blessing because it allowed me to get services organised for her which I was not able to access before. Has anyone else had this sort of experience?