The vision of the Amputee Connection is to empower caregivers, families and friends to optimize the care and well being of people with limb loss in Southern California.
The Amputee Connection mission is to serve and encourage people with limb loss to enhance their physical and emotional health through peer counseling, educational and recreational programs, and public relations.
The Amputee Connection of Redlands, California, is a support group for those who have suffered limb loss, or who will be having the surgery in the near future.
The Amputee Connection of Redlands support group meets every 3rd Sunday of the month at 2:00 pm at the Redlands Community Hospital in the Weisser Education Pavilion. Family, friends, and caregivers are welcome!
Redlands Community Hospital is located at 350 Terracina Blvd, Redlands, California 92373. Just follow the green signs in the parking lot.
At our meetings there are amputee programs, we share our experiences, enjoy potluck snacks, and often have a guest speaker. We look forward to seeing you there!
The Amputee Connection of Riverside-Corona is now a Spanish/English Support Group. For more information please contact Luis 213-700-0970.
Proud members of the
Bill 909-423-0562 (Grand Terrace)
Brenda 951-858-6274 (Corona)
Geoff 909-951-1360 (Redlands/Mentone)
Luis 213-700-0970 (Fontana) Se Habla Espanol
Clyde 760-674-2473 (Coachella Valley) Se Habla Espanol
April is Limb Loss Awareness Month
Saturday, April 25, 2015
"Show Your Mettle Day"
In conjunction with Amputee Coalition's Limb Loss Awareness Month (LLAM)
We hope that all amputee's will wear and show their prosthetic devices on this day.