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LimbPower, with support from Starworks, Reach, Steps, healthcare professionals and families have produced a series of educational infographics to support children and families coming to terms with limb difference, limb absence and limb loss. We plan to develop this series further so please do get in touch if you have any ideas or suggestions.

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Dance Routine 2 Good Vibes (Dance Monkey Tone and I)

As part of the School Games,LimbPower have teamed up with the Youth Sport Trust and Para Dance UK to produce four children's dance resources. We hope you enjoy them.

Dance Routine 3 Move to The Groove (I Don’t Wanna Know Punctual)

As part of the School Games,LimbPower have teamed up with the Youth Sport Trust and Para Dance UK to produce four children's dance resources. We hope you enjoy them.

Dance Routine 4 Dreams (Stop Crying Your Heart Out BBC Children In Need).

As part of the School Games,LimbPower have teamed up with the Youth Sport Trust and Para Dance UK to produce four children's dance resources. We hope you enjoy them.

Virtual Junior Games - Clockwork Fun

Dance Routine 1 Bop To The Beat (Head & Heart (feat.MNEK) Joel Corry)

As part of the School Games,LimbPower have teamed up with the Youth Sport Trust and Para Dance UK to produce four children's dance resources. We hope you enjoy them.

Virtual Junior Games - Pot the Ball

Virtual Junior Games - Get it in the Box

Virtual Junior Games - Ball Recovery Game

Virtual Junior Games - Sit Down Grab

Children's Top Tips - Holiday Page 1

Children's tip tips for going on holiday with limb difference

Children's Top Tips - Holiday Page 2

Children's tips for going on holiday.

Children's Top Tips Friends Page 2

A guide to managing friendships

Children's Top Tips - Schools

A children's guide to school

Children's Top Tips - Limb Care and Hygiene

Children's tips for looking after their prosthetic and residual limb (stump)

Children's Top Tips - For visiting the Limb Centre Page 1

Children's tips for visiting the limb centre

Children's Top Tips - For visiting the Limb Centre Page 2

Children's tips for visiting the limb centre

Children's Top Tips - Siblings

A children's guide to managing sibling relationships.

Children's Top Tips Friends Page 1

A guide to managing friendships

Top Tips for P.E. and Sport 2

LimbPower are excited to announce a new Children’s Physical Education Infographic to join our suit of child-centric infographics to support the physical, mental and social well-being of children with limb difference. This resource was created to address the needs of limb impaired children engaging in School PE and Sport. LimbPower worked with education and healthcare professionals and parents and…

Top Tips for P.E. and Sport

LimbPower are excited to announce a new Children’s Physical Education Infographic to join our suit of child-centric infographics to support the physical, mental and social well-being of children with limb difference. This resource was created to address the needs of limb impaired children engaging in School PE and Sport. LimbPower worked with education and healthcare professionals and parents and…

Children's Top Tips - At Home

A children's guide to being at home with limb difference

Supporting Young People With An Amputation or impairment in School P.E. and Sport

A resource created by LimbPower and the Youth Sport Trust supporting Young People who have amputations or limb impairments in PE and sport

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 1- Anna

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 1- Anna

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 2 - James

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 2 - James

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 3- Hollie

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 3- Hollie

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 4- Edward

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 4- Edward

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 5 - Natasha

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 5 - Natasha

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 6 - David

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 6 - David

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 7 - Gracie

Children's Activity Prosthetic Fund Case Study 7 - Gracie

Top Tip Inclusion Cards - Pupils with Amputations

Top Tip Inclusion Cards - Pupils with Amputations

Full list of LimbPower's Resources for children

This is a full list of LimbPower's Resources for children up to December 2020. We are working on some new resouces for this year.

Case Study - Thomas

Thomas is sports-mad and loves spending time with his friends. At just ten years old this chatty and quietly confident boy has already had to make some difficult decisions about his future. A congenital condition meant that Thomas was born with his left leg bent at 90 degrees which he was unable to straighten.

Violet Case Study

At just eight years old, Violet has mastered several skills including playing sport, gardening and cooking. Like many children her age, she enjoys sleepovers and being with her friends. Yet what stands out about Violet is her determined and charismatic character, propelling herself to try new things and motivating those around her.

Oscar - Case Study

Oscar is a young child with a big personality who spends much of his time fearlessly climbing and jumping! This bubbly five-year-old kept everyone entertained at a recent LimbPower get together.

Joe - Case Study

Fifteen-year-old Joe is passionate about drumming, badminton and gaming. His determination has already seen him accomplish many things and he is now concentrating on his ambitions to work in game design, graphic design or engineering.

Kyra - Case Study

At nine years old, Kyra loves spending time with her friends and especially enjoys scary rides at funfairs. Her ability to confidently describe her limb difference and detail the extensive surgeries she has had so far is remarkable.

Ollie - Case Study

Ollie is a twelve-year-old boy with infectious energy. He loves being around people and taking part in a wide variety of sports. He’s also reflective and passionate about communicating to schools the best ways they can help children with limb difference.

Dakota - Case Study

Dakota is a twelve-year-old boy with the most captivating character and describes his hobbies as eating, rugby and playing on his phone. On a recent flying experience day, he took the controls and was told he was a natural. His next project is to learn to play the drums.