On Monday night at 8pm, be sure to tune in for our newest episode of Hope Saves the Day on Autism Radio we sit down and talk with Paul Jetter who is the creator and founder of Safely Back Home ™ an innovative program in partnership with Project Lifesaver®, Int'l that provides additional peace of mind to families and caregivers of people who wander. Paul's passion arose out of experience with his father, who had dementia. Paul’s siblings became his father's caregivers. Paul created the patent-pending process that uses ID information imprinted on personal garments to be conveyed to an emergency call center, secure database and rescue operation. Paul has 26 years of experience in developing and marketing patented garment imprint transfer products distributed worldwide through major companies including Hewlett-Packard, Epson, Canon, Avery-Dennison and other corporations. Paul is also a certified New Jersey schoolteacher, in Math and Social Studies, and a graduate of Rutgers University.
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