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Upcoming Events Athletes with Disabilities Network (ADN)

Camp No Limits

May Detroit Lions Tony Filippis, Sr. Memorial Bocce Tournament Palazzo di Bocce, Orion, MI

June 16-19 Colorado

May/June Extremity Games 8 Motocross Baja Acres, Millington, MI Main Event Texas Ski Ranch, TX For more information: 248 829-8353 Be sure to verify event dates and venues with the hosting organization to make sure that they have not been changed.

Orthotic and Prosthetic Activities Foundation (OPAF)

June 11-14 Missouri

May 5 First Dive Intro to Scuba Macon, GA May 18 First Dance New York City, NY

June 28-July 1 California July 21-24 Idaho

June 1-5 First Volley Across North Carolina

July 30-August 3 Maine For more information: 207 240-5762

June 28 First Climb & First Swim Orlando, FL For more information: 980 819-9404

Amputees Sought for Paid Research

Body Power vs Bionic . . . There is no contest! . . . exceeding the challenge.

Rehabilitation Neuroscience Laboratory at the University of Missouri

Investigating the effects of limb loss or congenital absence on behavior and the brain to improve patient care and rehabilitation. This project will use behavioral tests, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to investigate brain activity during movement and sensation. Results may have implications for improving rehabilitation techniques. Participants must be 18 - 70 years of age, and in good health with no history of neurological or psychiatric illness. Volunteers will receive $30/hr. for their participation, as well as reimbursement for all travel expenses.

Please contact us at: or by leaving a message at 573-882-3866 and we will return your call. MAR/APR


This research is funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health and Department of Defense.

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Amp It Up! Vol. 2 Issue 2  

The Health & Lifestyle Magazine for Amputees Who Want to Live More Fully

Amp It Up! Vol. 2 Issue 2  

The Health & Lifestyle Magazine for Amputees Who Want to Live More Fully