Amputee Support and Advice Groups
This busy section of ABLEize offers details of amputee and limbless support and social groups groups located throughout all regions of the UK as well as providing details of meetings, get-togethers and social activities. The support group sites listed may also offer information for amputees including rehabilitation, prosthesis products, exercise classes and services and also counselling and friendship services within local areas.
Please browse through the amputee support sites listed below, these are the result of extensive searches across the Internet to find all manner of amputee support sites to be placed in this one location as a valuable resource.
A dedicated online worldwide amputee support discussion forum with FAQ’s and articles of interest.
Based in Ireland providing amputee information, personal stories, news and advice.
The Limbless Veterans formerly know as The British Limbless Ex-Service Men’s Association offer support to service men and women that have lost limbs serving their country. View media sections, how to get involved or make contact.
A Sussex based support and users group for all amputees and wheelchair users holding meetings at Sussex Rehabilitation Centre with the Brighton General Hospital. Read news articles, meeting details and how to get involved.
One of the UK’s largest limbless, information, resource and support sites highlighting events, sports activities and offering a dedicated support helpline.
Surrey-based amputee support for people suffering the loss of one or more limbs. Find details of events, the arts and sports as well as general information and resources.
A non profit voluntary organisation providing support, advice and friendship to amputees, carers, families and friends.
Located in Cumbria offering support, sports and social activities as well as exercise therapy. Site includes contact details and information about their Cumbrian centre.
Sussex based amputees and limb loss support and social group offering friendly activites and useful resourses such as benefit advice and links of amputee interest.