Downers Grove Police introduce special needs ID program
DOWNERS GROVE – The Downers Grove Police Department announced a Special Needs Identification Program for Downers Grove residents who may be at risk of becoming confused, disoriented, lost or missing.
People of any age that suffer from Alzheimer's, dementia, Down's syndrome, autism or those at risk of wandering and have communication difficulties are eligible to participate, the village said.
The program will enable police to make faster identifications, reunite family members quicker, and provide help to people with special needs, according to the village.
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