Families of people with autism or other disabilities that make them likely to wander away may benefit from bracelets equipped with tracking equipment originally designed to locate stolen cars. But the $300 annual cost may be cost-prohibitive, says Amber Whittaker, a spokeswoman for Project Lifesaver International, which has used the technology to track down more than 1,800 people, usually in less than 30 minutes.

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