Support Groups

American Amputee Federation, Inc. AAF will empower amputees, their families, and care providers to make informed decisions by providing them with information, referral, peer counseling, self-help literature and education. A list of support groups by state.
Amputee Support Group of East Central Illinois The purpose of our organization is to share our experiences in order to succeed at living a normal, independent and fruitful life. We share our trials and successes together.
Florida Amputee Support groups 14 groups in Florida.
Daily Strength Online amputee support group, many subjects, many amputees.
Amputee Net Center A long list of amputee support groups, last updated 2001.
NYU Amputee Support Program NYU Amputee Support Program is designed to assist amputees with all activities at home and in the community. We host a monthly support group meeting, community based activities and advocate for amputees in the New York City community.
Counselling Directory Counselling Directory only lists counsellors and psychotherapists who are registered with a recognised professional body or those who have sent us copies of their qualifications and insurance cover.
Adventure Amputee Camp The mission of the Adventure Amputee Camp is to encourage children with amputations or limb differences to stretch their potential and imagination, and explore all that is possible.
Miracle Limbs-Courage in Motion This organization provides support to his fellow amputees so that they may more easily navigate the physical, psychological and financial hurdles that accompany the experience of losing a limb. is a Website dedicated to providing useful information and news on Orthotics and Prosthetics to consumers, doctors, therapists, case managers and all health care individuals connected with O&P care. Join our FREE membership today!
British Limbless Ex Service Men’s Association BLESMA (British Limbless Ex Service Men’s Association) is the national charity for limbless serving and ex service men and women and their dependants and widows.
The Round Rock Amputee Support Group The Round Rock Amputee Support Group meets the 4th Thursday of every month at:

St. David’s Medical Center

2400 Round Rock Ave.

Round Rock, TX 78681

in the Education Classroom 1&2 

Contact person: Frieda Borth

Wiggle Your Toes Wiggle Your Toes is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to helping Amputees and their families regain independence and mobility.

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Derby Amputee Club The Derby Amputee Club was set-up as a Social Group for Amputees living in the Derbyshire area, which also includes family members and carers. We meet the third Tuesday of each month in Derby and also aim to arrange additional social events during the year.
Amputee & Me How after amputation, Stummpy and Gerty became my friends
Dating4Disabled Dating 4 disabled  is a free disabled dating service and online community for people with disabilities. Our online community for the disabled will help you meet new friends, date, chat, blog and more.
AmpuFreedom AmpuFreedom welcomes all amputees, disabled folds and those with a caring interest. is supported and maintained by The Staff of The UMC St Radboud Amputee Rehabilitation Center.
The purpose of the site is to offer lower limb amputees extensive information about rehabilitating to life after limbloss.
Limbs 4 Life Australia – One of the most important things for those of us who are amputees is getting our life back to the way it was prior to amputation. Obviously adjustments will need to be made and daily challenges addressed – with support and patience these can be overcome in time.
Disabled Online Disabled Online – an online portal that provides web directories, forums, chat rooms, shopping and classifieds for people with disabilities.
University of Michigan
Orthotics and Prosthetics Center
Please come to learn, share your concerns, experiences and knowledge. Open to all patients, family and health care professionals.
Oldham Amputee Support Group We provide free and confidential support within the Oldham, (UK) area for people for whom an amputation may be necessary or who already are amputees, this also extends to their families and partners.
AMPUTEES FEDERATION OF NEW ZEALAND INCORPORATED The primary objective of the Federation is to support and promote the welfare of all amputees. This includes offering peer support and encouragement when the going gets tough, and providing information and advice to help amputees achieve the quality lifestyle to which they aspire.
Amputee Support Group of Northern Virginia Group members share ideas and encourage each other by talking about their feelings, experiences and frustrations. Social events are planned throughout the year to encourage cohesion and openness within the group.
Dallas Amputee Network Support group for amputees in the Dallas, Texas area.
Amputee Support &
Outreach of Northern Colorado
The mission of Amputee Support & Outreach is to offer assistance and education to amputees and their families by providing valuable resources, support and the opportunity to network with other amputees.
Northern Alberta Amputee Program (NAAP) Founded by Master Corporal Paul Franklin and friends after losing both his legs in military action in Afghanistan, NAAP has become a shining beacon to amputees and their families
Roanoke Amputee Network The Roanoke Amputee Network is a voluntary group of individuals with special needs due to amputation of a limb either by accident or illness.
Stumps`R Us “A Whimsical Support Group of Cheerful Cripples Who Can Answer almost ANY question you might have about life without one, two, three or four limbs”
International Child Amputee Network Bill Baughn and his wife, Joyce, a bilateral below elbow amputee since age six, established I-CAN (International Child Amputee Network) and an Internet mailing list to provide information and support contacts to children with absent or underdeveloped limbs and their parents.
Amputee Ireland Mission Statement: To empower amputees to achieve independence, participation, social and occupational integration in the life of the community.

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