Areas of interest | Oct 04th
We will talk to, and learn from, many different people within our community. People living with amputation/s, parents of children who were born with limb difference, prosthetic manufactures and others who share the journey with them, like: physiotherapists, doctors, nurses. We want to reach out to people in rural and remote areas of our enormous country who perhaps don’t have the contact and support that we, in larger towns or cities, have. We have indigenous people who have their own stories to tell. Our community is large, and we can learn so much from others.
For those of you experienced with podcasts 'Missing Bits' will be available on iTunes and/or wherever you choose to listen to podcasts. Just do a search for “Missing Bits.
For those of you without access to podcast apps, you will also be able to find it on the web. If you have a smartphone or tablet and wish to listen that way, then we suggest the Podcast Player app, available free in the Play Store for Android smartphone.
To access 'Missing Bits' via your web browser click here
Horses, rodeos and the importance of family. The incredible Jamie an above knee, below elbow #amputee living in rural NSW overcame the impact of a dreadful accident to go on and bring about change for people living with limb loss. Jamie rode 580kms to raise awareness for members of his community only a year after his accident.
Glenn resides in the Gold Coast. He is an above knee amputee as a result of a motor vehicle accident. Glenn uses a bone anchored prosthesis and has had the Osseointegration procedure. Glenn loves to travel with his wife and makes the most of each and every day.
It is our pleasure to be joined by the President of the Tasmanian Amputee Society Lyn, in this podcast. Lyn’s tenacity and her drive to continually try new things following her amputation is a credit to Lyn and all of those who have the opportunity to meet her. Lyn is a staunch community advocate and an incredibly busy member of her local community.
In this episode we meet Kylie from Adelaide. Kylie was born with upper limb loss. Kylie is a Program Manager with Limbs 4 Life and Mum of two boys. We speak about growing up, interesting opportunities and being fully armed.