Glen House, MD, was a typical twenty-year-old, college student when he suffered a skiing accident that paralyzed him. But he never pitied himself, he was never angry and he never wavered in his faith. Instead, he pushed forward-with often nothing but sheer determination to sustain and motivate him-and went on to become a doctor, inventor, businessman, husband and father who now daily touches the lives of others facing physical difficulties. This is not a story of his disability; this is a story of Glen's success-ability.
Glen House may sit much of the day in a wheelchair, but he does not sit still. He's a bundle of energy, helping other people navigate their new world following life-changing injury. The key influences that Glen credits for his own journey are faith, family, and friends. I believe you will be inspired by Glen's story, as powerfully told by his devoted sister, Shelly Templin.
~ Don Simpson, coauthor with Dallas Willard
of Revolution of Character
When you get the call from an ER telling you that your 24-year-old daughter is barely alive after a ski accident, you hope and pray that the right people will be put in your path. Dr. House was that person for us. His firsthand knowledge, compassion, and experience told us we were in great hands. Four months later, our daughter walked out of the hospital on her own.
~ Reg and Barb Francklyn, parents of Sally Francklyn,
Adventurer, Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor