Police are looking for a missing Delray Beach, Florida man that suffers from Alzheimer's disease. He wandered away from home at 1:45 AM and is still missing. The missing man Charles Scott is 72 years old. Sixty percent of individuals suffering from Alzheimer's wander...By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
Amazing. Yesterday we published two articles on Alzheimer's and wandering.
- Why do People with Alzheimer's Wander and What you can do to keep them Safe?
- Tips to Prevent Wandering
This morning it is being reported that Delray Beach, Florida resident Charles Scott is missing. Charles is 72 years old and suffers from Alzheimer's disease. He is on foot. They tried a blood hound to track him down but the hound eventually lost his scent.
Mr Scott was last seen at 1:45 AM.
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