Virtual support groups still acting as a lifeline for amputees during COVID-19 – Charity Today News

Gary in his wheelchair


THERE are currently 13.9m people living with a disability in the UK, and with social interaction and physical care restricted due to the coronavirus outbreak, many people in the disabled community are having to adapt to new ways of life.

Despite physical movement and face-to-face meetings being restricted, help and support for people in need is still readily available.

The lockdown can be particularly trying for amputees, who need support both mentally and physically throughout rehabilitation.

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