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Calling all Boston area amputees! Want a fun night out to social,meet, and bond with peers dealing with limb loss and limb difference? Then here's the group for you! There are many adaptive sports and peer support groups in the area, but surprisingly no social groups. So if you are new to limb loss or limb difference, or a seasoned limb loss veteran, looking for a fun yet adaptive night out socializing with like minded individuals, then come join us. Want to be free to be yourself, try new activities, or revisit activities you once loved in a judgement free and supportive environment of peers? This is your forum for fun! Please send suggestions for activities. We hope to have game nights, sing karaoke, dance, dine out, watch movies, host pot-luck dinners, go on accessible outdoor outings, attend local community events, and just have fun! Hope to see you soon!

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Adaptively Abled Amputees - A New Support Group in Cambridge

ADAPTIVELY ABLED AMPUTEES Mission: To support, educate, and inspire those living with limb loss or limb difference to adapt, overcome, and lead active and fulfilling lives. New Amputee Support, Education, and Activity Group Who: Those living with limb loss/limb difference, their family & friends, & members of the medical community Where: Cambridge, MA 02138 When: 4th Thursday of every month from 6 -8 PM Who's Facilitating: Melissa DeChellis, BA, [masked] Below Knee Amputee Since 2013 Are All About: Meeting new friends • Finding support from others living with limb loss/limb difference • Getting educated on important topics • Paying it forward by offering guidance to other amputees • Participating in adaptive sports • Going on group outings For Additional Information: Contact Melissa DeChellis at [masked]

Adaptively Abled Amputees - A New Support Group in Cambridge

ADAPTIVELY ABLED AMPUTEES Mission: To support, educate, and inspire those living with limb loss or limb difference to adapt, overcome, and lead active and fulfilling lives. New Amputee Support, Education, and Activity Group Who: Those living with limb loss/limb difference, their family & friends, & members of the medical community Where: Cambridge, MA 02138 When: 4th Thursday of every month from 6 -8 PM Who's Facilitating: Melissa DeChellis, BA, [masked] Below Knee Amputee Since 2013 Are All About: Meeting new friends • Finding support from others living with limb loss/limb difference • Getting educated on important topics • Paying it forward by offering guidance to other amputees • Participating in adaptive sports • Going on group outings For Additional Information: Contact Melissa DeChellis at [masked]

Adaptively Abled Amputees - A New Support Group in Cambridge

ADAPTIVELY ABLED AMPUTEES Mission: To support, educate, and inspire those living with limb loss or limb difference to adapt, overcome, and lead active and fulfilling lives. New Amputee Support, Education, and Activity Group Who: Those living with limb loss/limb difference, their family & friends, & members of the medical community Where: Cambridge, MA 02138 When: 4th Thursday of every month from 6 -8 PM Who's Facilitating: Melissa DeChellis, BA, [masked] Below Knee Amputee Since 2013 Are All About: Meeting new friends • Finding support from others living with limb loss/limb difference • Getting educated on important topics • Paying it forward by offering guidance to other amputees • Participating in adaptive sports • Going on group outings For Additional Information: Contact Melissa DeChellis at [masked]

Adaptively Abled Amputees - A New Support Group in Cambridge

ADAPTIVELY ABLED AMPUTEES Mission: To support, educate, and inspire those living with limb loss or limb difference to adapt, overcome, and lead active and fulfilling lives. New Amputee Support, Education, and Activity Group Who: Those living with limb loss/limb difference, their family & friends, & members of the medical community Where: Cambridge, MA 02138 When: 4th Thursday of every month from 6 -8 PM Who's Facilitating: Melissa DeChellis, BA, [masked] Below Knee Amputee Since 2013 Are All About: Meeting new friends • Finding support from others living with limb loss/limb difference • Getting educated on important topics • Paying it forward by offering guidance to other amputees • Participating in adaptive sports • Going on group outings For Additional Information: Contact Melissa DeChellis at [masked]

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