Amputee Coalition 2019 National Conference

Important Hotel Updates April 1, 2019

We recently received news from the Marriott Rivercenter San Antonio, our conference hotel, that renovations have been scheduled to take place over the summer.

After meeting with the hotel staff to walk through the current modernization plans, we anticipate that this project will have a moderate impact on our National Conference. The scope of the work encompasses a complete renovation of the lobby that includes the replacement of staircases and escalators leading from the lobby to the conference floor (third floor). Also, work will be performed in some of the guestrooms, and those affected floors will be closed. While the hotel is taking all feasible measures to try to limit the impact on its guests, noise should be expected during the scheduled work Monday-Friday from 9am to 5pm. Visit the FAQ page for additional information.

We are currently finalizing our preliminary agenda, which will once again feature a variety of presentations by great presenters, as well as a selection of clinics and adaptive activities. We hope to see you in San Antonio.

Sincerely,

The Amputee Coalition

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Join us in San Antonio Texas July 25-27, 2019 as over a thousand people from the limb loss and limb difference community will gather at the Marriott Rivercenter located on the famous Riverwalk for the 2019 National Conference.

The National Conference embodies the Coalition’s purpose: to educate and support the limb loss and limb difference community and help its members be effective advocates.

No amputee should feel alone through this journey. If you or a family member or friend is living with limb loss or limb difference, attending the National Conference is an ideal way to meet people who are passionate about living well with limb loss and really understand what you are going through.

Select from nearly 100 educational and motivational sessions, participate in hands-on clinics, adaptive activities and browse dozens of exhibits. Members of the limb loss community will share personal stories, while expert doctors, therapists and prosthetists reveal the latest technologies and treatments.

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