Currently over 6 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer's.

  Wandering, the most life-threatening behavior associated with Alzheimer's,  

  affects more than 60% of patients.  Many of these cases end tragically if the

  person is not located within 24 hours.   Project Lifesaver has over 1,400

  participating member agencies throughout 48 states in the U.S., six provinces

  in Canada, and Australia, and have performed 3,087 searches over the last 20 

  years with a 100% success rate!



CELEBRATING

18 YEARS of 100% SUCCESS!

~ 20 years in 2018! ~



  Autism, the fastest growing

  developmentalissue (impacting 1 in every

  68 American children have autism*), can

  also cause wandering.  These kids are quick!

  They "bolt and run", usually know no fear,

  theymay be trying to avoid a situation they

  don't like or understand, and can be lost in

  the very blink of their caregiver's eye.  The

  Project Lifesaver program has proven equally

  successful for children diagnosed with

  Autism. 

​   * 2011 National Autism Survey, www.projectlifesaver.org.



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 The Mission of PROJECT LIFESAVER of Madison County is to help bridge the gap in Huntsville and Madison County

for protection and safety. locating loved ones of all ages who wander due to Autism, Down syndrome,

Alzheimer's, dementia and other cognitive disorders.


The Mission of The Pilot Club of Huntsville Foundation is to support PROJECT LIFESAVER of

Madison County and to further develop the program through funding,

public awareness and contributed participation.


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​                 Project Lifesaver of Madison County provides personal wristband transmitters

          at no cost to people with Alzheimer's, Dementia, Autism, Down Syndrome or other cognitive disorders

             when these persons have a history of wandering and becoming lost.