Themed “Celebrating 30 Years of the Amputee Coalition,” the Amputee Coalition’s 2016 National Conference will be held June 9 to 11 at the Sheraton Four Seasons in Greensboro, NC.

Highlights of the conference program include: educational seminars, education, clinics, adaptive sports, peer group and support group training, and social events. In addition, the conference will feature exhibitors from all 50 states and five foreign countries.

“The National Conference has a rich history, explains 2016 Education and Conference Committee Chair, Jack Richmond, in a media release. “It has become a traditional time to greet old friends, meet new friends, and share experiences.”

“Many of us have so much to share, while others are just beginning their lives with limb loss. No matter where a person is in their limb loss journey, we are excited to have them as an active participant,” he adds.

“We encourage our attendees to take it all in! With so much new technology in the field of prosthetics, we are confident you will be amazed at our sessions,” states Amputee Coalition President and CEO Susan Stout, in the release.

“Two ‘Living Well with Limb Loss’ sessions offer a wide variety of topics. Don’t miss the Mobility Clinics and the adaptive recreational sessions that are always a big hit among our attendees. Please check out our Exhibit Hall, with over 55 vendors presenting products to make your life easier,” she continues.

For more information, visit Amputee Coalition.

[Source: Amputee Coalition]