Autism Awareness - The current watch will fit a wrist that is 6 inches.
A time to raise awareness of the issues that affect those with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Here are some facts about Autism.
Autism now affects 1 in 110 children and 1 in 70 boys
The new numbers that were currently released say 1 out of 88 children will be diagnosed with autism.
1 in 54 boys.
Autism prevalence figures are growing
More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than with AIDS, diabetes & cancer combined
Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the U.S.
Autism costs the nation over $35 billion per year,
a figure expected to significantly increase in the next decade
Wearing the Freedom watch, loved ones suffering from Autism don’t need to be watched constantly. Parents can enjoy more independence while you enjoy peace of mind. Freedom is a revolutionary way to prevent wandering and be notified in case of an emergency. The Freedom watch has a 30-day battery life*, lockable wristband, built in panic button, and can be located within 10ft using either a smartphone or PC anywhere in the world using Google Maps. The portable receiver even allows you to set moving safe zones which, if crossed, sets off both an audible and visual alarm.
Autism receives less than 5% of the research funding of many less prevalent childhood diseases
Boys are four times more likely than girls to have autism
There is no medical detection or cure for autism
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Standard Return Policy Overview
You may return merchandise purchased for a refund or a replacement, provided that the procedures and requirements are followed. All returns require a return merchandise authorization (RMA) number. An RMA number must be issued within 14 calendar days after the date of purchase. An RMA number is valid for 14 calendar days after it is issued. Call 952-457-3401 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A restocking fee of 10 percent will apply to the value of merchandise returned for a refund is product is resalable. Refunds are applied to the payment method used at the time of purchase. We will only refund the value of the merchandise returned, not the shipping cost. On items with free shipping returned for a refund, the original shipping cost that we paid the shipping courier will be deducted from your refund.
If you purchased a product that you wish to exchange for an alternate item, you can return the item for a refund and simply place a new order for the item you desire. We do not apply store credit to your new purchase. If we see a new purchase for equal or greater value of your return, we will waive the 10 percent processing fee.
Merchandise that is discovered to be defective upon receipt will be replaced. You may also return defective merchandise for a refund; however, a 10 percent processing fee will apply. The processing fee will only apply if you choose to return the merchandise for a refund. No fee will be assessed if we are permitted to resolve the issue by replacing your defective merchandise.
All packages are inspected for damage prior to leaving our warehouse. If your merchandise is damaged during shipment by the shipping courier, please contact us immediately as we must be informed within 10 calendar days from the date of receipt for all damage/shipping related claims. Damaged merchandise can be replaced with the same model only. You may also return damaged merchandise for a refund; however, a 10 percent processing fee will apply. The processing fee will only apply if you choose to return the merchandise for a refund. No fee will be assessed if we are permitted to resolve the issue by replacing your damaged merchandise.
If an item you received is defective, we will definitely replace the item with a new one. We will ship the replacement product to you at our cost, and use every good measure to ensure that the replacement order is processed quickly.
We will send a product replacement for an authorized return following the completion of receiving and inspection at our facility. The replacement will ship within four business days following our receipt of your return (excluding weekends and national holidays). We do not send advance replacements or replacements before we receive and inspect the returned merchandise.
To receive a replacement quicker, you may place a new order for the same item (shipping not included), and we will issue a refund for the full value of the returned product (including shipping), upon completion of our return process
Family Wandering Emergency Plan
Make sure your family has a plan in case of a wandering emergency. Before an emergency happens, sit
down together and decide how you will get in contact with each other, where you will go and what you
will do in an emergency. Keep a copy of this plan in your emergency supply kit or another safe place
where you can access it in the event your child is missing.
ALWAYS CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY IF YOUR LOVED ONE IS MISSING FROM YOUR HOME.
Clearly state your child's name.
State that they have a cognitive impairment, provide the diagnosis, state they are endangered and have no sense of danger.
Provide your child’s radio frequency tracking number (if applicable).
Provide your child's date of birth, height, weight, and any other unique identifiers such as eyeglasses and braces.
Tell them when you noticed that your child was missing and what clothing he or she was wearing.
Request an AMBER Alert be issued (if your child is a minor) or a Silver Alert be issued (if your child is an adult)
Request that your child's name and identifying information be immediately entered into the National Crime
Information Center (NCIC) Missing Person File.
Search known areas your child would likely be, or attracted to. If you have an emergency point person assigned to contact
neighbors, pick up your other children from school, watch your children, etc., alert them while searching known areas your
child would likely be. If you have other small children, never leave them unattended.
EMERGENCY CONTACT NAME:
EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBER:
TIP: create an emergency point person who can contact neighbors, fax your alert form to
local law enforcement, and assist in making arrangements for your other children.
Should your child go missing, make sure this contact has a cell phone, knows what your child is wearing, any identifying
features, where you child was last seen, how long your child may have been gone, any medical needs or allergies your
child may have, your child’s likes and dislikes and main attractions. Ideally, the emergency contact will be a relative or
close friend. Provide your emergency contact with a copy of this plan and ask them to keep it in a safe, accessible place.
TRANSMITTER TRACKING NUMBER (if applicable) _________________________________________
IDENTIFYING MARKS, MEDICATIONS & MEDICAL NEEDS_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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AWAARE C O L L A B O R A T I O N
ADDRESS ASSIGNED SEARCH LOCATION
TIP: list the main places your child may likely go within the neighborhood, as well as the most
dangerous areas nearby, such as ponds, lakes, pools, etc. Search these areas first. If you have assigned
“search angels” ahead of time, make sure they know which location is assigned to them. Draw maps of these locations, or
physically show the volunteers the location to which they are assigned before an emergency happens.
TIP: Before an emergency happens, assign at least five (5) willing “search angels” who will
commit to searching for your child in the event of an emergency. Make sure they would be immediately
available (are typically home) are willing, and know and understand which search location is assigned to them.
NAME NUMBER ADDRESS ASSIGNED LOCATION
LAW ENFORCEMENT FAX NUMBERS: (in case local law enforcement does not have your child’s information on file,
have your assigned emergency point person fax it.)
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC): 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678)
LOCAL MEDIA CONTACT NUMBERS:
OTHER NOTES: (make any notes you feel may be important in case of a wandering emergency.)
Keep this document with you at all times. Keep a copy in a safe, accessible place within the home. Keep this with your
child’s first responder alert form, documentation of diagnosis, medical papers and any other important information.