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Amputee Coalition Revitalizes Brand, Introduces New Logo,
and Alters Name in Preparation for Our Next 25 Years
As the Amputee Coalition, which was founded in 1986, prepares to commemorate our
25 years of service to the limb loss community, we also dedicate ourselves to making
our next 25 years even more beneficial to those we serve...more>>
The Power of One, Community of Many…Expanded
Our goal for 2011 is to grow to 25,000-people strong! To celebrate our 25th anniversary,
the Amputee Coalition will launch a historic organizational change by moving from a
traditional fee- based membership model to an open-community "Friends" organization
for people with limb loss, their families and support groups across the country. We want
you to be part of this growth and ask that you update your e-mail and contact information
so that we can provide you with the new features and benefits of being a Friend of the
2011 Marks the Amputee Coalition's 25th Anniversary
Every year, the Amputee Coalition touches the lives of countless people living with or
affected by limb loss/limb difference. But as the number of people living with limb loss
grows, the demand for our educational, programs and support has dramatically increased..
Help us make our 25th anniversary year a year of impact.
The 2011 Amputee Coalition National Conference
Join us in Kansas City, Missouri June 2-4, 2011, for our national conference.
You can register or read all about it on our Conference page.
Whether you are facing amputation for the first time, or have lived with limb loss for years, the Amputee Coalition provides a wealth of information for and about amputees. If you have recently had a limb amputated or are preparing for an amputation, please search the library for “New Amputee Information” and contact the Amputee Coalition’s National Limb Loss Information Center (NLLIC) to receive a free information packet-- we are here to help you!
Topics you will find on this Web site or keywords to use in library searches include amputations, congenital limb difference, limb difference, prosthetics, amputate, peer support groups, healthcare, advocacy, youth, diabetes and amputation, cancer and amputation, cardiovascular disease and amputation
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