Young dad’s mission to prove amputation is ‘not scary’ to kids after tragically losing his leg – Cambridge News

Leigh and Emma Joy-Staines, and son Teddy- founders of the UK charity Steel Bones (Image: Steel Bones)

Leigh Joy-Staines lost his leg 11 years ago, and in the absence of a support group created a national network for amputees.

Now the network and Bury St Edmund’s based-charity Steel Bones is educating children about amputation and disability by launching their first children’s’ book.

Read more at: https://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/cambridge-news/steel-bones-amputation-childrens-book-17161987

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