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Dream Catchers - Abracadabra of brain injury - Les Paul
A magician loves to pull a rabbit out of a hat and do a trick or flip a coin and make it disappear.
Tonight we’re going to talk about the how and why disability rights in the brain injury realm aren’t making it nearly as much of an impact as they should to for Brain Injury Survivors. So many funding sources, so many agencies, so many people making a living off of brain injury and yet there are millions of TBI survivors watching their lives go by hoping and praying for an ounce of encouragement, an act of kindness, plus funding and resources to help them live a better life to help find freedom!
Brain injury radio network is survivor led survivor run, and paving a new platform for voices to be heard. The time is now to take advantage of social media networking and advocacy in action to empower TBI survivors around the world to make bold moves, reach for big dreams, and head for the promised land of hope and encouragement after traumatic brain injury because it’s real! It can happen. We can make 2014 the groundbreaking year for survivors who pay it forward and do giant leaps for humankind!!!
As survivors we owe it to ourselves to stand up and fight for our future! It’s time for survivor led agencies, jobs, and creativity, to create a bold new world of opportunity and turn it into a survivor nation led by survivors! Instead of asking what can brain injury radio network do for you?
We should all be saying what we can do to spread the news and good hope of brain injury radio throughout the world. Join us on a bold new mission of hope for a world full of survivors who know they can do whatever it takes, one person at a time, one City, one Nation, one country and the entire world
Let’s build it and will come, let’s live it. It’s not just a dream. It’s reality!!!
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