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Tracking Watch

Tracking Watch

My daughter leaves safe boundaries, and I really need a way to find her, and to know when she is not where she is supposed to be. I am looking for a tracking device that she cannot remove, preferably, or one that is desirable enough that she will not want to remove it. I am hoping for GPS and geofencing. I know there are several new items soon-to-be available, but I can't seem to find anything currently available that is reasonable. Ideally it would allow me to choose my own provider, since many… read more

A MyAutismTeam Member said:

You may want to check with Project Lifesaver (just google that term and it will come up as a .org site) if you haven't already. There's also a lockable GPS bracelet called S-911. Does your daughter have a smartphone of her own? That might be another option...

posted about 6 years ago
A MyAutismTeam Member said:

My son is an impulsive runner. His sensory issues prevented the bracelet tracker from being a good choice. I got him an iPhone loaded on a few games; built in tracking I can see by logging into my account. iPhone also offers the same parental locks for adult content that their other devices offer as well.
Furthermore, he is on the family verizon phone plan that I already had. At home, the phone is built into our reward system. I purchased an otter box with clip so he can prevent breakage if it falls and he can safely wear it clipped to any shorts or pants. I hope this helps.

posted about 6 years ago
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