Dream Catchers - Celebrating Life Again after Brain Injury

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I am a long-term multiple brain injury and aneurysm survivor. It literally took me falling out of life into a coma that I nearly died from to realize what love, life, and community truly mean! I thought I was a good person.

I always tried to help others always felt that I understood life but not until the day I fell through the earth and deep into the fractured painful and alarming world of disability did aia undrestand how bad it can be!

It took many years of heartache and severe pain to realize that I could love and laugh again and have a really fun life even though I suffer very painful monstrous migraines and cognitive short-term memory loss.

I decided long ago that I wasn’t going to let all of that define me but let my my actions instead, And That’s Why Am a Dream Catcher and I want you to blaze your own new trails with us and boldly go where no person with these disabilities has ever gone before!!!!!!

I guess it’s time for me to pull out the brain injury toolkit again and add some new things to the box because if you are a brain injury survivor, caregiver, or friend or family of someone living with TBI.We all need to learn how to work together as a team so tonight I’m going to ask you to help me add to the tool kit much like a gardener would need to plant the seeds of hope and acts of kindness to find ourselves again after  brain injury!

Les Paul Morgan is a dedicated Peer Support Specialist and Independent Living Advocate for Walton Options for Independent Living, he sits on the board of the brain injury Associations of South Carolina, and Georgia and strongly believes in the power of music therapy and the human spirit after disability because to him disability does not mean inability!!!!

 

 

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