The TAS Peer Support Program enables members to connect with trained amputee volunteers who are willing to share their knowledge and experience to assist others during their transition to recovery.
- Our Program connects amputees in hospitals and rehabilitation centres with trained Peer Support Volunteers.
- Peer Support Volunteers are individuals who have adapted to limb loss and willingly give of their time to support others during their recovery.
- Peer Support Volunteers can also assist family members or care givers who want to better understand how they can help a loved one who has experienced (or is about to undergo) an amputation.
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