wander from

wander from something

to stray from something, such as a path, a set of rules, etc. Please do not wander from the path I have set for you. If you wander from our guidelines, your finished product may not be acceptable.
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Under the legislation, the grants can be used for the development of training and emergency protocols for school personnel, to supply first responders with additional information and resources, and for locative tracking technology programs to assist the families and caregivers of individuals who may wander from safety because of their condition.
It is estimated that over 30 percent of nursing home residents and between 25 percent and 70 percent of community-dwelling older adults with dementia wander from their supervised healthcare settings at least once during their stay.
So apparently allowing your mind to wander from time to time is crucial for one's creative process.
Pioneering research examining why dementia sufferers wander from home is being carried out on Tyneside.
I had never wanted to wander from the Sisters of Mercy's placid blue walls, but something in Colette's face, something in her eyes, in the curve of her elegant nose and trim mouth caused me to long for the world.
The WatchMate Wander Prevention System uses RF technology to monitor Alzheimer's residents in healthcare facilities who tend to wander from safe areas.
These bison and hundreds of others entered a National Park Service trap that is part of a temporary plan for dealing with bison that wander from the park.
Xmark's WatchMate [R] Wander Prevention System uses RF technology to monitor Alzheimer's residents in healthcare facilities who tend to wander from safe areas.