It can be a care facility’s worst nightmare. An Alzheimer’s patient has managed to elude care providers and walked away from the site. Or someone not authorized to have the child has taken an infant from a maternity ward. This can be a devastating experience for healthcare workers and even more so for the patient or child’s family as they frantically wonder and speculate about their loved one's location. Hospitals and long term care facilities are required to have wander management and child abduction prevention systems that trigger alerts when a resident, newborn or toddler gets too close to an exit or restricted area. Since then, the number of incidents resulting in injury, death or loss has been greatly reduced.