How does the Pocket Finder attach to a person?
We have to place this device on an alzheimer's patient who may attempt to remove it? It is important to find a means of attachment that will prevent removal by the patient.
- Asked by Sandra M from Stevens Point
- Jan 18, 2012
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1 Answer from the Community
The PocketFinder comes with a silicon cover which slips over the device. This case can be attached as a lanyard to a key-chain or back pack, or can be threaded through a belt loop.
Currently, there's no real way to permanently fasten the device to somebody or something. However, I know the company is very committed to serving the senior and special needs communities and they may be working on a solution which allows for a more permanent attachment.
I recommend sending an email to customer service and asking them about how they might be able to meet your needs.
- Answered by Gregory H from Irvine
- Jan 28, 2012