Abled Amputees of America is a non-profit corporation. Our mission is to make outpatient physical and occupational therapy possible for amputees needing financial support, while promoting wellness in body,
mind and spirit.
The year 2020 has been different to say the least, and it's affected all three aspects of our being. We need to take care of ourselves and it's all about the Body, Mind and Spiritual wellness, in fact, it is what our logo represents. AAA wants to help. Visit the pages that you want to spend time on today.
This amputee community is a close family, even though we are miles away from each other. We all have are stories of how we became "members" of this club. Some were elective and some were not. It seems that once a person gets grounded, so to speak, in who they are again, they began to enjoy life again. They find a way!
These pictures show the fun side to our story, just one side of our personality.
Facebook is where we began in 2013. It is where we communicate, educate and socialize.
We've had over 8000 people join us on Facebook from the world over and we invite you to join us there too!
Everyday is special, but we have three very special days on our page.
Fake Leg Fridays
The Saturday Morning Question
Madalyn inspires and brings joy to all who see her. She starts your week off in a positive way. Currently, Madalyn is our one and only Ambassador and has her own page here on our website.
AAA Fake Leg Fridays are just that. Crazy, wacky amputee humor, pictures, stories and more. If you're looking for a something to get you into the weekend smiling then this is for you!
We've teamed up with Amplitude Magazine to share your insights about living with limb loss. Add your answer to the week’s question in the comments on Facebook and Amplitude will compile the responses and share the results on their platforms.
With over 500 amputations happening each day in the United States, it is our belief that it's important to provide even more assistance at Abled Amputees, including exercise videos.
LOVE IS All YOU NEED
When you see the "i heart", look for a hidden inspirational message
by clicking on it.
Submitted by Keith C.