For many years had to ponder that question with a resounding no! I felt alone, helpless, hopeless, broken shattered, defeated and like my life had ended at the age of 22 with the brain smashing pain of my 1st aneurysm.
I had no idea that I would later in life, learn how to turn my pain into my blessing and I mean that!
If you’re in pain are hurting emotionally or physically after traumatic brain injury. There is real help from true survivors who are waiting diligently with the tools of peer to peer support, advocacy, and life skills to help you boldly director life into a new direction and help you find your passion and hopefully one day proudly say yes I have a disability and I’m proud of it!!!
Dream catchers is born out of the great hope that survivors of any disability anywhere and everywhere will find their true passion in life despite having a disability and encourage change throughout the world by finding the resources, the tools for life, and men touring that I believe will truly change your destiny.
My name is Les Paul Morgan. I work for a center for independent living by the name of Walton Options as a survivor of multiple traumatic brain injuries, two brain aneurysms, a coma, and approximately 8 surgeries and rare medical procedures on my brain I want to help you learn from my life lessons that their is hope and care after TBI!
I bring to the table hope, reason, and common sense ways to help you bridge the gap from disability to abilities beyond your wildest dreams.
Les Paul the Dream Catcher
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