Bishop Gerard County of the Kingstown Diocese in St. Vincent and the Grenadines has invited Cedarbrook to assist with the psychological and emotional health of children living in orphanages.
The St. Vincent Initiative is our collaboration with local church sponsored orphanages and programs for children in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. In August we will conduct the first Situational Needs Assessment and Feasibility Study to see how we might be of assistance. Our initial analysis will involve three orphanages.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Home for Girls is for victims of sexual abuse. They provide a safe environment and help girls between the ages of 12 and 18, providing developmental opportunities and counseling.
St. Benedict’s Day Nursery and Children’s Home provides daily care for approximately 100 children of poor families. Children are age three months to 4 years old. Also, they care for those who were sexually and physically abused, abandoned orphans, malnourished and mentally challenged children.
Bread of Life caters to children with Aids/HIV and underprivileged children.
We teach brain health and wellness.
We also help you overcome brain difficulties such as ADHD, lack of focus, anger, anxiety and depression, memory problems, and habitual behaviors.
We are certified in the Bredesen Protocol and can help you prevent and, for many, reverse the cognitive decline of dementia and Alzheimer's.
We can help you prevent the cognitive decline of dementia! For some -- it can even be reversed.
Cedarbrook offers a treatment that prevents and possibly reverses Alzheimer's! Yes, reverses! Not slows it down. Not stops it. Reverses it!
See the 2014 article from UCLA here, an article from Dr. Perlmutter (the Grain Brain author) here, and a reprint in Science Daily here. The first article appeared in the journal Aging in 2014 (see it here) with a follow-up article in June 2016.