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Neuro Pathic Trainers is an organization whose focus is educating and empowering people to live a healthy and fulfilling life. Wellness is more than being free from illness: it is a process of change and growth towards a mentally and physically healthy lifestyle. Power and Greatness within the M.I.N.D. (Mental Improvement Negates Dementia).
In order to live a higher quality life, maintaining optimal wellness is key. Everything we feel and do relates to our well-being and directly affects our actions and emotions. In order to subdue stress, reduce illness, and ensure positive moments in your life, you must achieve optimal wellness. "Don't let unhealthy behavior hinder you from walking into your PURPOSE." ~ Trina Brown
To achieve optimal wellness, one must apply it towards every possible endeavor. You can apply a wellness approach towards your environment, community, career, belief systems, physical activities, self care, healthy eating, self esteem, and creative activities. Applying wellness in your everyday life will allow you to achieve your full potential and live with passion and purpose.
My personal experience with the tragic effects of dementia has spurred a lifelong passion to educate and help others.
When you meet Ms. Brown, her passion for dementia awareness and advocacy is palpable — a passion born from deeply personal roots.
Ms. Brown’s sister, Lennetta, was diagnosed with early-onset dementia at 51-years old however she began showing symptoms in her forties. The disease deteriorated not just her memory but also her ability to speak.
“Lennetta had it for 15 years. Near the end of her life, she lost her voice and I had to understand her moans and groans, and even read her eyes,” said Ms. Brown.
It was through this experience Ms. Brown found a calling to educate others about dementia and assist families going through the same challenges. Not only does she participate in several community walks to raise awareness, she has started her own organization, “Neuro Pathic Trainers”, which focuses on three areas: education, health and resources. Ms. Brown works relentlessly to connect families with community resources such as nursing homes and care facilities, as well as financial resources, and educate them about the “Power and Greatness within the M.I.N.D. (Mental Improvement Negates Dementia).” Ms. Brown currently speaks to communities, companies and faith base organizations and has appeared on varies media outlets.
By understanding more about dementia, we are able to pay closer attention to earlier signs and symptoms; not just in our family members, or with ourselves, but with our clients, too. Ms. Brown encourages everyone to exhibit patience, care and concern for our clients and friends if they appear to be showing signs of dementia.
“When you hear it [dementia], you think of Alzheimer’s. My sister Lennetta did not have Alzheimer’s, she had Frontotemporal. Dementia is an umbrella term of 10 diseases (Alzheimer’s, Vascular, Frontotemporal, Lewy Body, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), Wernicke- Korsakoff syndrome, Normal pressure hydrocephalus, and Mixed Dementia). The top three are Alzheimer’s, Vascular and Frontotemporal.”
“Frontotemporal dementia can start in your thirties from a lack of sleep, stressful lifestyle, and medications. All of those things can affect your chances of developing dementia but there are many things you can do to help prevent dementia, too.”
Mission – Neuro Pathic Trainers to educate and empower people about health care issues with dementia and financial impact on the families and communities. "Power and Greatness within the M.I.N.D." Mental Improvement Negates Dementia.