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Wandering Articles and Research

Koester R. J. (1998) The Lost Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders Subject: New Research and Perspectives. Response 98 NASAR Proceedings. National Association of Search and Rescue, Chantilly, Virginia p. 165-181     Original Research Article (Proceedings)  | PDF Version (104 Kb) | Html Version (151 Kb) |
Koester R.J. & Stooksbury D. (1995) "Behavioral Profile of Possible Alzheimer's Disease Subjects in Search and Rescue Incidents in Virginia." Wilderness and Environmental Medicine. 6:34-43     Original Research Article (Journal) | PDF Version (29 Kb) | Html Version (44 Kb) |

Koester, R. & Stooksbury, D (1992) "Lost Alzheimer's Subjects-Profiles and Statistics" Response 11:4:20-26     Original Research Article (Journal)    | PDF Version (300KB) | Html Version (139 KB-graphs removed) |
Silverstein, N. & Salmons T (1996) "He Comes back eventually..." Wandering Behavior in community-residing persons with Alzheimer's disease registered in safe return. Gerontology Institute and Center.  University of Massachusetts, Boston.  Original Research Paper.  | Link for Purchase information |
Police Often Stymied By Ailing 'Wanderers' by David A. Parenthood. Washington Post B01 12/9/2000     Newspaper Article
Alzheimer's Patients Stirs Concerns by Ellen Barry. Boston Globe A01 12/25/1999   Newspaper Article
Wrist Devices Guard Aged by Rebecca Goldsmith The Star Ledger  12/27/01 Newspaper Article PDF version
Report to the House of Delegates Appropriations Committee and the Senate Finance Committee: Study on Protecting Individuals with Alzheimer's disease. Item 461.B 2000 Appropriations Act by Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services.  October 2, 2000  Government Report | PDF Version (81KB) |
Alzheimer's Radio Interview: Coping with Caregiving Radio Program Interview between Robert Koester and Jacqueline Marcell.

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