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Brain Restoration Ministries

Brain Restoration Ministries is a nonprofit organization created to support research and treatment of patients with neurological challenges. These challenges range from autism spectrum disorder, ADD, Rett Syndrome, Mitochondrial disorder and seizure disorders to name just a few. For patients with any of these conditions, and many others, we realize that the treatments available from mainstream medicine are limited. Our hope and mission at Brain Restoration Ministries is to discover and develop treatments to profoundly help these patients without creating a financial burden. We have a committed professional team including a neurologist, rehabilitation specialist, engineer and pharmacist – all dedicated to the goal of helping patients with neurological difficulties reach their full potential.

 

Adam and Matthew Group for Dads

(And families)

After spending many years as father to two severely disabled sons, Brian Wulf felt a vision of what kind of possibilities could be there to support and empower other fathers to special needs children. He saw a lot of men struggling with discouragement, overwhelmed by the challenges not only to their children but to their marriages and relationships with other people, all while balancing jobs and community responsibilities. How much more could each man accomplish and how much more successful could his efforts be if he had empowering support from other dads who know what this kind of life is like? With that concept in mind, Brian has worked to develop a diverse program of supportive services ranging from financial planning to group interaction to personal coaching as means to help each father fulfill the challenging role handed to him.

Brain Restoration Academy

Information coming soon.

Additional nonprofit resources

Autism Speaks
Autism Society of North Carolina
The United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation 
Epilepsy Foundation of North Carolina
Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance
Tourette’s Syndrome Association
Gluten-free/Casein-free Diet