Bringing loved ones

peace in the middle of the storm

providing a lifeline

one bracelet at a time 

Giving quality of life

in the sunset years

USA - Selma AL,
2185 1/2 Broad St,
Selma, AL 36701

1 334 419-3610

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our mission:

Alzheimer's Outreach Group has been organized to help with creating a network throughout the state of Alabama, providing GPS bracelets or wrist transmitters to all qualified dementia patients at little or no cost.






Supported by The Governor's Office &

AL State Troopers Association


Alzheimer’s Outreach Group is devoted to bringing peace of mind in a storm that is ravaging our nation. Alzheimer’s is growing daily. Eventually, there will be no family left untouched.


Below is a letter from the Alabama State Troopers Association

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From The Desk Of Project Lifesaver

The Alzheimer's Outreach Group (AOG) of Alabama Provides both Support and Protection to Caregivers and their Loved Ones


The Alzheimer's Outreach Group of Alabama officially launched in late November 2013. The AOG is a Project Lifesaver member organization with a mission to provide support and funding for technology that will protect and locate “At Risk” individuals who are prone to the life threatening behavior of wandering.  

This advocacy organization is unique in that it helps to coordinate the funding throughout the entire state of Alabama for families and caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's and other dementia related conditions. Their families and caregivers will be able to register their loved one into the Project Lifesaver program in their county and receive a GPS or Radio Frequency wrist transmitter at little or no cost.


Project Lifesaver is proud to partner with the AOG and to acknowledge their laudable efforts to both raise awareness and provide support to the Alzheimer’s communities of Alabama and help to bring peace of mind to caregivers of “At Risk” individuals who tend to wander.  













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