National Conference

The Amputee Coalition is committed to diversity and inclusion and we have been working with the Sheraton Greensboro at Four Seasons, Greensboro CVB and the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce to ensure they are as committed to these values as we are. Click here to read more about our stance regarding the recent action taken by the North Carolina legislature, which prohibits local government entities in North Carolina from passing ordinances protecting individuals from discrimination based upon gender identity.

30 Years Serving the Limb Loss Community

Celebrate 30 years of the Amputee Coalition and you at the 2016 National Conference!

No other event for the limb loss community is as highly anticipated. If you’re an amputee, spouse, family member, caregiver, support group leader or professional who works with the limb loss community, the Amputee Coalition 2016 National Conference, June 9-11, is the place to be!

Join us for three days of networking, education, clinics and adaptive sports and recreation! With over 850 attendees at the 2015 National Conference, it is the largest gathering of the limb loss community in the country! The Conference is a perfect opportunity to meet new friends, learn about new technology, and attend sessions to help live a full and productive life with limb loss.

If you registered for the 2016 National Conference before April 1, 2016, you were entered in a drawing to win one of ten $250 American Express gift cards that will be given away at the Conference. All people with limb loss who have registered for the 2016 National Conference before April 1 were automatically registered for the drawing. The drawings for these gift cards will take place during the Conference in the Exhibit Hall at these dates/times:

1. Thursday 6/9 from 6:30pm to 8pm
2. Friday 6/10 from 10am to 11am
3. Friday 6/10 from noon to 1pm
4. Friday 6/10 from 3pm to 4pm
5. Friday 6/10 from 6:30pm to 8pm

To be eligible to take part in these drawings, you must be a person with limb loss age 18 or older, and must have purchased a full Conference registration by 11:59pm March 31, 2016, and be present to win.

You will also have a chance to win a 2017 National Conference registration! Keep an eye out for all the top 10 reasons why you should come to the National Conference and you can be entered in a drawing for a free 2017 National Conference registration.  If you are signed up on our mailing list, we will be sending all top 10 reasons in an email to you every Thursday between now and the National Conference, so keep track and you could be the big winner!

New this year:

  • 30th Anniversary Dinner Dance Party tickets are available for purchase separately from your Conference registration. Only $40 for each adult and $30 for each child 17 and under. Available through online registration and onsite at the registration desk.
  • Pediatric sessions on topics perfect for families who have children with limb loss. Sessions will focus on pediatric rehabilitation issues, growing up with limb loss and pediatric adaptive sports and recreation. Be heard at our special parent/pediatric round table discussion.
  • Lower prices on your Conference registration!
Registration Prices Early Bird Before May 13, 2016 After May 13, 2016
Amputee  $240  $300
Family/Caregiver/Friend  $160  $200
Children 11-17 year old  $80  $100
Children 10 and Under  $30  $40
Professional Non-Member  $400  $500
Professional Member   $320  $365
Healthcare/Professional Student  $160  $200
Exhibit Hall Only 3 day Pass  $100  $125
One Day Full Conference  $100  $125

You are certain to find comfort and relaxation at the newly renovated and beautifully appointed Sheraton Greensboro at Four Seasons. The hotel offers state-of-the-art connectivity, unparalleled meeting space, dynamic shopping opportunities and artful cuisine. But that’s not all—there is also the unique and special city of Greensboro to explore! With over 135 attractions including the arts, theatre, history, and parks of all kinds, and more than 500 taste bud tingling restaurants, there is never a dull moment in Greensboro.