Lower Extremity Amputation Project LEAP

Research and evaluation | Apr 13th

Lower Extremity Amputation Project LEAP

Adjusting to life as an amputee involves navigating many challenges across many domains of life. Lower Extremity Amputation Project (LEAP) is a research study that aims to better understand the process of adjustment to life following a lower limb amputation with the aim to better support individuals through this process.

If you are a lower limb amputee, aged 18+ and you would like to share your experiences, we would love to hear from you!

Participants will be invited to complete some short questionnaires and take part in an interview via zoom.

For more information and to participate visit: https://bit.ly/3IvLOtb or contact Miranda Cashin at leap.admin@sydney.edu.au