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Pendant offers peace of mind exploring

Eco santucary ranger stands behind blue pendant on a desk

It is often difficult for parents and caregivers to find safe places to visit if the child or person they care for likes to wander.

Helen Anderson and Hamish Campbell used to love to take their autistic son to Zealandia, the world’s first fully-fenced urban ecosanctuary in Wellington but were always afraid they would lose him in the 225-hectare grounds.

So they donated a Wandatrak pendant to the sanctuary which lead ranger Adam Groenewegen wants everyone to know about.

Visit the Altogether Autism website to learn more about Zealandia and how the Wandatrak pendant works.

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