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December 2009 Blog Posts (2)

CSRA Dream Catchers support Group Aiken County SC

CSRA Dream Catchers TBI and related disability Support Group

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Trauma Brain Injury and Disability Support Group

The group's mission is to support and encourage people with disabilities to live as independently as possible. We provide peer and expert support/advocacy in an atmosphere constructive to those seeking assistance, information, education and prevention of head and spinal cord injuries and other disabilities.



Facilitator: Les Paul Morgan

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Added by Les Paul on December 31, 2009 at 11:03pm — 1 Comment

My Glass

My Glass



I never knew it, but I had worked hard my whole life to shape my own reality. Even in the '70's, hard on the heels of a decade when everyone had tuned in, turned on and dropped out, American society tried to sort its constituents into 'winners' and losers, on the basis of attributes like income and occupation.



I had grown up poor, but my mom sheltered her kids from the pressures that weigh down poor people from the day they are born. Absent, too, was the… Continue

Added by Shelah Riggins on December 9, 2009 at 10:22pm — 3 Comments

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