The Limbless Association (LA) Research Project is closing at the end of this month so this is your last chance to have your say. Please fill in the form as your input to this project could ultimately be of benefit to all amputees and those with congenital limb loss. It will only take a few minutes of your time.
The Limbless Association is funding a research project that is designed to identify the physical, social and care needs and experiences of established amputees and those with congenital limb loss.
The initial phase of this research is an online survey that explores the physical, social and care needs of:
- people who have been living without a lower limb or limbs for at least the last five years; and
- people who were born without a limb or limbs
and how these issues impact on quality of life.
Part of the survey asks about the existing health and social service provision that has been received and the level of support that is available. The whole survey should not take more than 15-25 minutes to complete.
Who should take part?
You may be interested in completing this online survey if you:
- are over 18 years of age;
- live in your own home (whether rented, owned, or living with family/partner/friends/relatives);
- are a single or bilateral lower limb amputee (for 5 years or more); or
- were born without a lower limb or limbs.
To take part in the survey, please click HERE to be taken to the front page of the survey form. Please read the introduction page and then click on the >> at the foot of the page to commence the survey.
If you have any queries please contact:
Telephone: 01245 216674
Legal Panel: 0800 644 0186Tags: amputee, congenital limb loss, LA, limb loss, Limbless Association