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12 WAYS TO PREVENT, AND RESPOND TO, ASD WANDERING

3) SECURE YOUR HOME

Consider contacting a professional locksmith, security company or home improvement professional to promote safety and wandering prevention in your home. You may find it is necessary to prevent your loved one from slipping away unnoticed by:
::  Installing secure dead bolt locks that require keys on both sides.
:: Installing a home security alarm system.
:: Installing inexpensive battery-operated alarms on doors and windows to alert you when opened (available at stores like Walmart and Radio Shack).
:: Placing hook and eye locks on all doors, above your child’s reach.
:: Fencing your yard.
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