The Paralegal Store Announces Innovative New ID for Seniors With Alzheimer's

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  • Philadelphia, PA-NJ (1888PressRelease) August 11, 2011 - The Paralegal Store today announced the release of the "Find My Way Home ID," an unobtrusive ID card for the elderly that uses a QR code to store information. Children of aging parents, caregivers, and family members of seniors with Alzheimer's disease now have a simple way to keep their loved ones safe while also protecting their privacy.

    "Before my father passed away," said Maria, manager of The Paralegal Store, "he was beginning to show the onset signs of Alzheimer's. He would often go for walks and get lost for hours. Many times, he had no ID on him. I will never forget the fear of not knowing where he was. This ID is dedicated to his memory, and if he were here today, for sure he'd be wearing one."

    The small ID contains both medical and identifying information, which police or medical professionals can access by scanning the QR code. In the absence of scanning equipment, the card can be cut open to reveal the same information printed inside on a self-stick label. The ID comes with a ball chain similar to those worn with military ID tags and a spring clip for optional attachment to clothing. Heavy-duty lamination protects the card.

    One Find My Way Home ID costs $2.99 plus $1 for shipping to anywhere in the United States. It can be purchased online at

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