Bradley Sodul’s career as a master electrician in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania region has been quite successful. A specialist in low-voltage wiring, which is enormously important in the current technological age, Brad also has been NCCER certified for both electrical and carpentry for about the last decade or so and he is capable of working on fire alarms, and he’s also certified to work on those. Because of his extensive experience, Brad Sudol has developed a respect for electricity that manifests itself in his safe conduct around electrical wiring, which is why he has been certified by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for his safe electrical work.
Of course, Brad Sodul has another passion, as an advocate for Alzheimer’s research and awareness. He does that because he is unhappy about the toll the disease has taken on society. There is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s, but the medical research has made many inroads on the treatment of the disease. There are now many treatments available that can help with many of the cognitive and behavioral symptoms and assist patients with maintaining their quality of life just a bit longer.