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Posted on: December 7, 2023

LPD Special Needs and Alzheimer's/Dementia Programs

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The Lebanon Police Department announces updates to its Special Needs Information Program (SNIP) and Alzheimer's and Dementia Assistance Program. These changes are designed to better assist emergency responders in identifying and responding to the unique needs of vulnerable residents.

Special Needs Information Program (SNIP)

The SNIP is an expanded initiative aimed at supporting families of individuals with mental health or medical disabilities. Parents of autistic children and those with loved ones living with special needs are encouraged to voluntarily register by completing the online SNIP registration form. This confidential database equips emergency responders with vital information, including a photograph, ensuring a more informed and compassionate response in various situations such as medical emergencies, crisis events, or behavioral episodes.

To register for SNIP, please complete the online form

Alzheimer's and Dementia Assistance Program

Our renewed commitment to the Alzheimer's and Dementia Assistance Program ensures rapid response if an Alzheimer's patient or an individual with dementia becomes lost. Caregivers in Lebanon are urged to complete the online Alzheimer and Dementia Program Enrollment Application. This user-friendly form captures essential details, such as physical descriptions, emergency contacts, medical information, and a photograph, enabling the generation of Information Posters. Should a registered person become lost, immediately contact the Lebanon Police Department at 603-448-1212 and notify the Communications Specialist that the lost person is a participant in the Alzheimer's and Dementia Program. An officer will be promptly dispatched to locate the missing individual.

To enroll in the Alzheimer's and Dementia Program, please complete the online form

These advancements underscore our unwavering commitment to protecting and assisting all community members. For further assistance or inquiries, please contact the Lebanon Police Department Communications Division at 603-448-1212.

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