Everyone who knows about Brad Sudol knows that, while he has a passion for his career as a master electrician, he certainly has another passion, besides. You see, Brad truly wants to see an end to the scourge that is Alzheimer’s, which is the most common and most debilitating form of dementia in the world. Brad Sudol loves to be an advocate for those who suffer from Alzheimer’s, which usually requires them to alter their lives in some significant way. Those afflicted with Alzheimer’s too often are forced to undergo daily nursing care in order to maintain their health.

There is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s, although Brad Sudol hopes to see one within his lifetime. Progress has been made; there are more treatments available than even just a few years ago. Through his advocacy, Brad Sudol wants everyone to know that, while Alzheimer’s is largely associated with old age because increased age is considered a risk factor, roughly one in 20 Alzheimer’s suffers from the “early-onset” variety of the ailment, which can afflict some people while they are still in their 40s or 50s.