We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. Read more…

Josh Morros - Because I Can Annual Golf Tournament


Get Directions

#var:page_name# cover

Our Mission is to help brain injury survivors put their lives back together through support, empowerment, resources, public awareness education, and youth prevention programs.

Unfortunately, December 24, 2017 we lost our founder of Because I Can, Josh Morros. This year’s tournament is extra special as we will be honoring him and all his accomplishments. We will continue Josh’s mission in making a difference in the “Brain World” with his “Next Step” program. Our location, 9475 Double R Blvd. #6, Reno, Nevada has a bunch of changes, so please stop by and see us. We have daily classes and support for individuals, families and caregivers in our area. Please see our website www.brainnevada.com for more information.

On June 09, 2018, Because I Can, will be hosting our Annual Golf Tournament to raise awareness of persons with brain injuries in our community. Brain Injuries affects 1.7 million, including 475,000 children, each year in the U.S. Over the last few years it has become increasingly more important to highlight prevention and awareness, along with the determination to overcome adversity. Although there has been recent media attention about brain injuries (ex: concussions are considered a brain injury), it still remains poorly understood and misdiagnosed, despite the fact that a brain injury effects more people than breast cancer, colon cancer and HIV/AIDS.

Our goal is to continue supporting brain health, recovery, prevention, awareness and education in our community through:

• Empower individuals with a neurological condition to regain independence with nutrition, exercise, good sleeping and self-development – brain coaching program.
• Schools and youth programs to understand the signs and symptoms of a Concussion-Identify in order to minimize the risk of concussion, which may eliminate a serious brain injury.
• Create a Buddy System Program.
• The concussion doesn’t always happen in the sport.