Hello everyone......any ideas on this? I have a family member with early onset dementia, now late 50's. He maintains some independence and wants to keep that as long as he can. His weekly routine one day a week is that his wife puts him on the train where they live, and he gets off one stop, 15 mins later to be met off the train by a relative. This has worked for the last 2 years. Yesterday he didn't get off the train and ended up 2 stops along. Police were excellent , he became a missing person. You can imagine how everyone was feeling. He had an Alzheimer's card on him and an ID tag. Luckily an old work mate spotted him and did the return leg with him and he was found. We don't want to take away what little independence he has but he has to be safe. On iPhones you can track friends and load 'find my friends' app- it will locate another's phone with a gps tracker. Our patient doesn't carry a phone, can't use one. My question is is there some sort of tracker out there that could be attached to a belt loop so that if he was missing we could find him via gps tracker? Thanks.