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MONTREAL, May 23 /CNW Telbec/ - What do you do when someone makes fun of your artificial limb or calls you "peg leg" at school?
Child amputees from across Quebec attending The War Amps (CHAMP) Seminar will get the answers today and learn to deal with other issues of growing up as an amputee during the Growing up with CHAMP Session. Younger Champs will have the chance to talk about things like teasing and staring, in a forum-like discussion. Older Champs will offer advice and suggestions on how they dealt with the same situations while growing up.
When? Today, May 23 (in the morning)
Where? Hôtel Loews Le Concorde
1225, cours du Général-De Montcalm
Tel.: 418 647-2222
The media are invited to attend the following sessions:
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM HEALTHY LIVING AND DAILY LIVING AIDS FOR AMPUTEES
This session is packed with information on how amputees can lead healthy lives. Some very practical tips and advice on the day-to-day challenges of living with an amputation are provided. Information on daily living aids and tips on how to accomplish daily tasks faster and easier are introduced.
10:45 AM to 11:30 AM GROWING UP WITH CHAMP
This session deals with situations often encountered by Champs such as name-calling, bullying, teasing and staring. Junior Counsellors will offer advice and suggestions on overcoming these issues, continuing the tradition of "amputees helping amputees."
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For further information: For further information: Bénédicte Bertrand, Cellphone: (514) 943-0988