Can I legally use a GPS tracker on parent with Alzheimer’s?

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Using a GPS tracker on a parent with Alzheimer’s (or any similar medical condition) is a complicated legal issue that varies depending on your location and the specific circumstances of the situation. In general, the use of a GPS tracker for safety and security purposes may be legal if it is done with the consent of the parent or their legal guardian. However, if the parent has not given their consent or if they have objected to the use of a GPS tracker, then it may be illegal to use one. Additionally, there may be privacy laws or regulations that restrict the use of GPS trackers in certain locations or situations. It is important to consult with a legal expert or healthcare professional to ensure that you are following all applicable laws and regulations if you are considering using a GPS tracker on a parent or other family member with Alzheimer’s.

This entry was posted in . It was first published in April 2023 ()and last updated on April 19th, 2023 (1 year ago).

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