The newly formed PROJECT LIFESAVER program identifies those people who might wander and disappear. Families are consulted and the potential wander wears a tiny wrist transmitter. Their life-saving information is stored in a computer database. Records with vital information, such as medicines needed, wandering history, past addresses where the wander might return, family contacts, and a photograph all help a rescue team to complete a successful search, in an efficient timely manner. Search times have been reduced from days and hours, to minutes. Average recovery times are well under 30 minutes.