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You Can Get Insoles With GPS Tracking To Keep Track Of Loved Ones With Alzheimer’s Or Dementia

So, I lost my daughter this week. Well, I mean I didn’t LOSE her, but I didn’t know where she was for about an hour. It wasn’t the best feeling in the world.

So, when I came across these, I couldn’t pull my wallet out fast enough!

They are SmartSole insoles for shoes, and they have a GPS microchip in them. So, the person that is wearing them can be tracked via an app.

Is that not the coolest invention?!?

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This would be super helpful, if you had an elderly loved one with Dementia or Alzheimer’s.

GPS tracking shoes
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People with dementia tend to wander, and they can get lost very quickly!

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These shoe insoles would TOTALLY be helpful in tracking down your lost loved one.

GPS Shoe insoles

As long as the individual is in an area with at least 2G service, they can be tracked. How freaking AWESOME IS THAT?!?

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These SmartSole insoles come in three sizes. Small fits a child size 3-4 up to a women’s size 11, and a men’s size 9.5. The Medium fits a women’s size 10-14, and a men’s 8-12. The Largest size fits a man’s shoe, size 12-15.

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You simply get the closest SmartSole insert that matches your shoe size, and then you cut it down to fit.

You DO have to buy a monthly “plan” to get the GPS data on the insoles. Don’t worry. They have two different plans you can choose from.

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The “Best Value” package is $29.95 per month, and includes free activation, reporting in 5-minute intervals, and allows you to set a “safe-zone” for the insoles. You will get an alert if the insoles cross over this safe zone.

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The Economy Service is $14.95 per month, but you will have to pay to activate the device. It offers 10-minute interval reporting, but it does not allow you to set any “safe-zones.”

The insoles must be charged, but when you purchase them, they come with a wireless charging device.

For added safety and security, I may just break down and buy my daughter a phone!

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