Join this session with Alastair Ward from Ottobock who will be talking to us about “Sockets in Harmony”. Alastair will provide us with information about elevated vacuum systems in lower limb sockets at this special Virtually Speaking event.
Find out More After one of my “fellow exercisers” in the Keep Moving classes had completed a walk in aid of the Limbless Association - and smashed it; it inspired me to challenge myself. That’s when the O2 climb came in. A real challenge for me on a few counts - I don’t like heights; [...]
Find out More I had the great joy of joining other amputees, their family members, and close friends in a mini adventure over the O2 arena. The Limbless Association advert to take part had caught my attention a few weeks before, having checked my diary, this was something I wanted to do. As an upper [...]
Find out More Every now and again, something really unusual comes into my sphere of attention. Now I should explain at the outset that I've been a fan of motorsport since 1973, when I went to watch a non-championship Formula One race at Brands Hatch in Kent. I was hooked, and my enthusiasm for this [...]
Find out More Volunteer Visitor Helen was born with bilateral fibula hemimelia - she is an above knee amputee on one side and also wears a below knee prosthetic on the other. This year, Helen took part in our O2 Summer Climb, and shares her story about her experience of one of our Life After [...]
Find out More The Disabled Ramblers charity works to make the English and Welsh countryside more accessible to people with limited mobility. This month, we were joined by their Secretary and Rambles Organiser, Paula Brunt, who gave a 'Virtually Speaking’ talk about the work of the Disabled Ramblers and their top tips for enjoying the [...]