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‘Tips for Upper Extremity Amputees’ Video Playlist

Updated Jan 21, 2011 - View the ‘Tips for Upper Extremity Amputees’ playlist on the Amputee Coalition’s YouTube channel. ...continue.

2017 Hill Days Attendees

Published 04/19/2017. This webinar includes agenda, topics, and what you should expect at our 2017 Hill Days event. Questions? Email ...continue.

2017 Hill Days Webinar Part 1

Published 02/27/2017. 2017 Hill Day An overview of what to expect and how you can get involved. ...continue.

2017 Hill Days Webinar Part 2

Published 03/15/2017. Learn logistics details and how we will educate our legislators April 25/26 in Washington DC. ...continue.

A Case for Body-Powered Hooks

Published 6/2015 - by Sean McHugh - In recent years, there have been many exciting advancements in the world of upper-limb prosthetics. Much of the focus has been on developing ...continue.

A Lesson on Insuring Your Prosthesis

Volume 19 · Issue 6 · October 2009 - by Tammie Higginbotham - One day while sitting down with our insurance agent for our yearly coverage discussion, I happened to ...continue.

A Nurturing Flash: Bounce Back After a Tumble

Volume 28, Issue 2 | March/April 2018, Page 30 | by Harleen Chhabra Gupt | How do you demonstrate care and build your child’s resilience? As an amputee parent, life-altering ...continue.

A Walk in the Clouds

Volume 26, Issue 4 July/August 2016 | Download PDF by Tony Phillips | photos provided by San Antonio Amputee Foundation Mount Kilimanjaro rises more than 19,000 feet above Tanzania. From base ...continue.

Accessibility of Fitness Centers and Healthcare Facilities for People With Limb Differences

Created 05/2015 - Regular visits to fitness centers and healthcare facilities can help people with limb differences maintain healthy lifestyles and promote well-being. In order to access these facilities safely ...continue.

Activities of Daily Living: Bathroom Edition

Created 10/2019 Introduction The bathroom is one of the places in your home where the ability to do things independently is extremely important. While in the bathroom, most people want ...continue.

Adaptive Soccer More Than Just a Team Sport

Volume 24, Issue 3 May/June 2014 - by Amy Di Leo - “He said he closed his eyes and from the chatter on the field, the griping at the referee ...continue.

Adaptive Clothing Resources

Created 5/2019 - Adaptive clothing, or adapted clothes, are clothing, accessories and footwear specially designed for people with physical disabilities and others who lack the full range of motion required ...continue.

Adaptive Gaming Resources

Created 10/2019 – Gaming can allow those who are disabled to learn new skills as well as provide therapeutic benefits. More and more gaming manufacturers and organizations are tackling the ...continue.

Adaptive Sports Programs

Created 02/2017 - This fact sheet focuses on nationwide, sport-specific resources that provide an overview of the adapted version of a particular sport; there may be leagues or teams located ...continue.

Advanced Exercises for People With Lower-Extremity Amputations

Senior Step – Volume 1, 2004 - by Melissa Wolff-Burke, EdD, PT, ATC, and Elizabeth Cole, PT - The previous article discussed exercises to help you maintain the range of ...continue.