A doctor’s letter or note is required for the individual whose family wishes to have them enrolled in the Project Lifesaver program. The letter must include the name and date of birth of the patient and also indicate what cognitive disorder(s) the individual lives with and that they are at risk to or have wandered or bolted from care. An individual can only be considered as a candidate until this letter or note is provided. This is one document that a family must obtain before their loved one can be enrolled into the Project Lifesaver program. Letters or notes from doctors only will be accepted.
A Power of Attorney and or other affidavit(s) may be required before an individual can be enrolled into the Project Lifesaver program. The need for this information is determined based on the situation of the candidate. Please contact us by using on of the methods on the Contact Us page of the website to find out if the need may be applicable to your loved one.
Arrangements will need to be made to cover the initial enrolment and on going maintenance fees outlined in the Client Contract. Your family will need to consider how to cover these costs. Assistance may be available from various sources to assist your family to cover some or all of these costs. Please contact us by using on of the methods on the Contact Us page of the website for more information on these options.