A project that rolled out in late March is finally reaching its intended audience.
Project Lifesaver, which helps caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients and autistic children, has been available for county residents since then.
Randall Chesser, the seven-year-old autistic boy that went missing for nearly two days last month, is the first person to benefit from the program.
The program includes a bracelet that resembles a wrist watch. The bracelet transmits a signal that carries over a 1.25 mile radius.