Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver

Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver Saving Lives One Search At A Time Project Lifesaver is a national, proactive, electronic tracking program used to assist in locating people with Alzheimer's disease, dementia and related disorders, and children with Down Syndrome or Autism Spectrum disorder who wander from home and become lost.
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Mission: Saving Lives One Search At A Time

Operating as usual

The Southeastern Virginia Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association is hosting these education programs.Effective Communica...
04/01/2020
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The Southeastern Virginia Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association is hosting these education programs.
Effective Communication Strategies on Friday, April 3 from 11 AM-noon.
https://www.communityresourcefinder.org/ResourceView/Index?id=1822496&profileDefinitionId=93
Learn to decode the verbal and behavioral messages delivered by someone with dementia, and identify strategies to help you connect and communicate at each stage of the disease.
We are also hosting two upcoming caregiver support groups as well:
Caregiver Support Group: Wednesday April 1, 6-7 PM.
https://www.communityresourcefinder.org/ResourceView/Index?id=1820444&profileDefinitionId=91
Caregiver Support Group: Thursday, April 2, 2-3 PM.
https://www.communityresourcefinder.org/ResourceView/Index?id=1821161&profileDefinitionId=91
To participate in these programs, you MUST register online via the links above or by calling the Alzheimer's Association Helpline at 1-800-272-3900. You may join via internet or by phone. Sign in details for the meeting will be emailed to you following registration. Please call our 24/7 helpline to register: 800.272.3900

Communication is more than just talking and listening – it’s also about sending and receiving messages through attitude, tone of voice, facial expressions and body language. As people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias progress in their journey and the ability to use words is lost, f...

VBPL at EVMS for an independent living Expo.
03/09/2020

VBPL at EVMS for an independent living Expo.

Thank you Mayor Dyer for your dedication to our VB seniors!
10/30/2019

Thank you Mayor Dyer for your dedication to our VB seniors!

Senior showcase organized by the mayor's commission on aging.
10/30/2019

Senior showcase organized by the mayor's commission on aging.

08/25/2019
VB 411 - Project Lifesaver & Lunar Memorabilia

Virgina Beach Project Lifesaver video. Excellently presented. Please share to help raise awareness about the program in Virginia Beach. Our 501(c)(3), Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc. citizen board of directors, raise money for the equipment used by the police department and for the devices used by our clients. Our fundraising efforts also provides the financial assistance to clients needing help to pay the costs of their monthly battery replacements. #projectlifesaver

In this episode of VB411, Miz Info talks about a program designed to save the lives of individuals with cognitive disabilities and gives us the scoop on meme...

Project Lifesaver :: VBgov.com - City of Virginia Beach
08/25/2019
Project Lifesaver :: VBgov.com - City of Virginia Beach

Project Lifesaver :: VBgov.com - City of Virginia Beach

RUMOR: The Only Way to Find Missing Persons Is to Organize Search Parties ​FACT: The City has a program called Project Lifesaver, a national resource designed for individuals with cognitive disabilities to be easily located by first responders in an emergency situation. Page Content​​​​O....

Surfer's Healing VB
08/16/2019

Surfer's Healing VB

07/15/2019
ABC News

ABC News

This graduation ceremony went silent so a student with autism and sensory issues could receive his diploma comfortably. https://abcn.ws/2NMrnjo

Opening statements made by Senator Mason at the VA Coalition for the Prevention of Elder Abuse Conference.
05/30/2019

Opening statements made by Senator Mason at the VA Coalition for the Prevention of Elder Abuse Conference.

VBPL at the VBPD mounted barn for missing person day!
05/18/2019

VBPL at the VBPD mounted barn for missing person day!

05/09/2019
2019 Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc. Board of DirectorsFrank LaPorta          Chairperson / Interim TreasurerCore...
05/07/2019

2019 Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc. Board of Directors

Frank LaPorta Chairperson / Interim Treasurer

Corey Sullivan Vice-Chair

Rachel Willey Secretary

Lindy Casale-Rinaldi Board of Directors

Cookie Ketcham Board of Directors

Caroljean Ogrodnik Board of Directors

Joan Motley Board of Directors

Ev Zervoudakis Board of Directors

Bob Rider Board of Directors

Sandy Dozier Tauro Board of Directors (Not in Photo)

Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Created on July 7, 2005 at the Third Police Precinct, the program’s police component was later centralized and made part of the Crime Prevention Unit, now called the Community Engagement Unit.

Master Police Officer Jason C. Karangelen is the Virginia Beach Police Project Lifesaver Coordinator.

Through 67 specially trained civilian volunteers and 175 trained police officers, the Virginia Beach Police Department Project Lifesaver program provides equipment and service to 285 Virginia Beach clients with cognitive disabilities that may wander from home.

In conjunction with the Virginia Beach Police Department, 10 Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc. civilian board members raise awareness of the program and raise the funds to provide equipment to the police department and to individuals in the program that are at risk of wandering.

SAMSUNG CSC

05/07/2019

2019 Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc. Board of Directors

Frank LaPorta Chairperson / Interim Treasurer

Corey Sullivan Vice-Chair

Rachel Willey Secretary

Lindy Casale-Rinaldi Board of Directors

Cookie Ketcham Board of Directors

Caroljean Ogrodnik Board of Directors

Joan Motley Board of Directors

Ev Zervoudakis Board of Directors

Bob Rider Board of Directors

Sandy Dozier Tauro Board of Directors (Not in Photo)

SAMSUNG CSC
05/07/2019

SAMSUNG CSC

Project Lifesaver Awards presented to the winners and those recognized as standouts among their peers for 2018.

About Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc.

Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Created on July 7, 2005 at the Third Police Precinct, the program’s police component was later centralized and made part of the Crime Prevention Unit, now called the Community Engagement Unit.

Master Police Officer Jason C. Karangelen is the Virginia Beach Police Project Lifesaver Coordinator.

Through 67 specially trained civilian volunteers and 175 trained police officers, the Virginia Beach Police Department Project Lifesaver program provides equipment and service to 285 Virginia Beach clients with cognitive disabilities that may wander from home.

In conjunction with the Virginia Beach Police Department, 10 Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc. civilian board members raise awareness of the program and raise the funds to provide equipment to the police department and to individuals in the program that are at risk of wandering.

AWARD WINNERS

Recognition and Appreciation

Bud Warren – Established VBPL July 7, 2005

Lynette Lander – Past Chairperson 2017-2018

Ashlynn Sawyer – Past Treasurer 2017-2018

Nominated Volunteer of the Year 2018

Volunteer Margie Buxbaum

Nominated Police Coordinator of the Year 2018

Master Police Officer G.A. O’Hara

Nominated Police Officer of the Year 2018

Master Police Officer Marie L. Carr

Officer Cameron Kolmer

Volunteer of the Year 2018

Cheryl Scott

Police Coordinator of the Year 2018

Officer Cameron Kolmer

Police Officer of the Year 2018

Master Police Officer C.W. Nash

Recognition and Appreciation of Support

Dominico Morrocu & Staff of Primo Restaurant

This is one of the single most important pieces of legislation to help Virginia families and those who have autism I hav...
03/22/2019
Long journey for autism advocates ends with stroke of governor's pen

This is one of the single most important pieces of legislation to help Virginia families and those who have autism I have seen. Way to go Mark!

More than a dozen years ago, Dr. Ralph Northam helped Mark Llobell on the path to a diagnosis for his grandson, Mark III, who has autism.

Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc. took part in this very worthwhile cause. Great way to spend our afternoon providi...
03/10/2019

Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver, Inc. took part in this very worthwhile cause. Great way to spend our afternoon providing information to help keep their loved ones safe.

What an incredible afternoon! Thank you to all the families who attended today, and the vendors who gave them incredible information and assistance planning their summer activities.

Had a wonderful time today representing Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver. Spoke with people and provided information abo...
01/13/2019

Had a wonderful time today representing Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver. Spoke with people and provided information about our program to attendees from Georgia to Pennsylvania at the Resource Fair as part of the Autism Speaks / SunTrust Financial Planning Town Hall at the Westin Virginia Beach Town Center.

Working the senior showcase.
10/31/2018

Working the senior showcase.

10th Annual Autism Summit!  Come on out and sign up at our booth for Project Lifesaver for your loved one.  Virginia Aut...
10/20/2018

10th Annual Autism Summit! Come on out and sign up at our booth for Project Lifesaver for your loved one. Virginia Autism Foundation has generously volunteered to donate some devices and batteries for a year. Sign up to be considered in this drawing.

Working the SPT 4 kids event.  Come on out 10-1200.
09/29/2018

Working the SPT 4 kids event. Come on out 10-1200.

09/22/2018

In full swing at the Alzheimer's Walk at the 24th st park!

Surfers Healing 2018.   Come on out to a great event giving children with Autism a chance to surf.
08/18/2018

Surfers Healing 2018. Come on out to a great event giving children with Autism a chance to surf.

08/17/2018

Surfers healing going on now at 5th St.

2017 Awards Luncheon at Primos Pizza honoring our Volunteers, Coordinators and Police Officers.  This village of people ...
05/09/2018

2017 Awards Luncheon at Primos Pizza honoring our Volunteers, Coordinators and Police Officers. This village of people make it all so successful every day!

Congrats to the award winners:

MPO Greg O’Hara for Officer of the Year
MPO Charles Wyatt Nash for Coordinator of the Year
Tom Thomas for Volunteer of the Year

Congrats to the Certificate winners:

Officer Travis Franklin
Officer Dennis Brown
Nena Nerino
Blandine Diagle

Thanks to our Liason Jason Karangelen for the hard work and dedication!

Shout out to Primos Pizza on Upton Dr. Virginia Beach for amazing food, service and overall excellence!

PEATC Early Childhood training at the central library.
03/16/2018

PEATC Early Childhood training at the central library.

02/27/2018
TODAY Parents

The struggle is real.

"The secret world of autism is unbelievable." http://on.today.com/2EQlJUt

Thanks to Kate Swenson at Finding Cooper's Voice for sharing this on our TODAY #ParentingTeam.

VB Project Lifesaver out at the Green Run Health Fair...
02/24/2018

VB Project Lifesaver out at the Green Run Health Fair...

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2509 Princess Anne Rd, Bldg 15
Virginia Beach, VA
23456

General information

Virginia Beach Project Lifesaver is an answer...for those who need additional support to care for someone with a cognitive impairment including but not limited to adults with dementia and children with Autism. Since its inception, we have a 100% success rate for all our searches. For more information about our program, please visit us on the City of Virginia Beach page: http://www.vbgov.com/government/departments/police/opsdiv/pages/proj-lifesaver.aspx

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Joan Louise Natali is this something there is a need for on the Eastern Shore?