Tag Archive: Limbless Association

Limb Loss Awareness Month – Get Moving!

We’re now nearly heading for half-way through Limb Loss Awareness Month so there’s still time to decide how you might get involved. One way is to join LimbPower’s social media campaign called #GetMoving to raise awareness of the physical health benefits and mental health benefits of engaging in physical activity with a focus on moving more….. View Article
PACE Newsletter 22/5/2014 – Helen Chapman Strides Out!

PACE Newsletter 22/5/2014 – Helen Chapman Strides Out!

Press Release – 22nd May 2014 AMPUTEE STRIDES OUT In the few weeks since taking delivery of her vivid pink running prosthesis, forty-six year old leg amputee Helen Chapman, from Walton-on-the-Naize (Essex), has been clocking up the miles and inspiring others. As Helen explains, “To finally have a prosthesis that allows me to run has… View Article
Last chance to take part in valuable LA Research Project

Last chance to take part in valuable LA Research Project

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… View Article

Last chance to take part in valuable LA Research Project

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… View Article
Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

Does it give you the PIP? We have received several queries about how the revisions to the Personal Independence Payment will affect amputees. We followed a trail to get the information and are indebted to Steve McNeice and Sam Gallop at the Associated Parliamentary Limb Loss Group (APLLG) for their help and direction and Richard… View Article

LA Research Project – Please Take Part

The Limbless Association (LA) is funding a Research Project that could provide information to help with assessing and securing the help and support required by amputees and those with congenital limb loss. Please take the time to fill out the form. This should only take between 15-25 minutes and could be of ultimate benefit to… View Article
Woman to cycle 300km from London to Paris for DBF and others

Woman to cycle 300km from London to Paris for DBF and others

(From the Crawley Observer – Monday 19th September) A WOMAN who has had her leg amputated from above the knee is taking part in a three-day London to Paris charity cycle ride. Gemma Trotter, 29, from Smallfield near Horley, will be taking part in the 300km bike ride with 19 other amputees. She is hoping… View Article
From AccessLegal-Some advice on legal aspects of amputation

From AccessLegal-Some advice on legal aspects of amputation

Suffering an amputation injury following an accident is life changing, and trying to get your health and life back on track can be daunting. How long will your claim take? “You only have one opportunity to settle a personal injury claim” Richard Brett, Team Leader Suffering an amputation injury following an accident is life changing,… View Article

Cycle London to Paris – 2011

THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY! Would you like to join the Douglas Bader Foundation, Limbless Association and Limb Power on this great adventure? We need 30 people to ride alongside a team of amputees, healthcare professionals and friends. As well as getting fit and having a thoroughly enjoyable and challenging ride (with a great location at the… View Article