"Super Champ" graduate motivates young multiple amputees with Success Story At War Amps Toronto Seminar
TORONTO, Sept. 29, 2012 /CNW/ - For some, being born a double arm amputee might be considered an obstacle, but not for Stephen Hann. Today (Saturday September 29) at 1 pm in Prince Ballroom South of the Westin Prince Hotel (900 York Mills Road), Stephen will tell his success story to multiple amputee children - or "Super Champs" - attending The War Amps 2012 Multiple Amputation Seminar.
Stephen was enrolled in CHAMP and attended many seminars, later giving back as a Junior Counsellor. In today's session, he will describe with candour and humour how he overcame his amputations and explain to young Super Champs that with the help of family, friends and CHAMP, they can too! Stephen currently works as a retirement specialist in Prince Edward Island.
Media are also welcome to attend the following sessions today, or interviews with the "Super Champs" can be arranged at any time:
|9:00 a.m. -||"Super Champ Tool Kit" With the seminar's theme "If I Can… You Can!", this session focuses on the special concerns of multiple amputees, including the need to keep up with computer technology to join the workforce, staying fit and healthy eating. The "Super Champ Toolkit" provides the tools to achieve these goals. (Prince Ballroom South)|
|1:00 p.m. -||"Stephen Hann: Life as a Super Champ" Super Champ Graduate Stephen Hann tells his success story to young multiple amputees. (Prince Ballroom South)|
|1:30 p.m. -||"Super Champs in Action" Participants show the artificial limbs and assistive devices they use to enjoy recreational activities and be independent. (Prince Ballroom South)|
|2:45 p.m. -||"Personal Care" Super Champ Graduates Max and Lindsay talk about personal care and give tips on how they tackle everyday tasks like dressing and grooming.|
SOURCE: War AmpsFor further information:
Danita Chisholm, Executive Director, Communications
1 (613) 797-1654 or 1 877 60MEDIA