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Simon’s story…..

Inspirational Below-The-Knee Amputee Simon talks about the charity that helped save his life

This time of year can be tough for many, so here’s an inspiring film before Christmas… ❀️Simon, 43, had his life changed forever when he became a below knee amputee – leaving him feeling lonely and depressed. Along with the support of his family and friends, #NationalLottery funded Finding Your Feet Amputee Charity, helped him find another purpose in life.Simon tells us his incredible story, talks about his experiences visiting amputees in hospital and explains why he is grateful that he chose to stay.#MentalHealth #MensMentalHealth #Loneliness

Posted by The National Lottery Community Fund Scotland on Monday, 23 December 2019

Protect our NHS

Six years after the NHS brought Cor back from the brink of death, she says we need to protect it. Do you agree?

Posted by Finding Your Feet Amputee Charity on Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Cor is given Special Recognition Award! 😍

Pride of Sport 2019 Special Recognition Award : Corinne Hutton

After falling ill with pneumonia in 2013, Corinne Hutton contracted life-threatening sepsis and was given a 5% chance of survival by doctors. To save her life, surgeons had to amputate both hands and her legs below the knee.Corinne, who was a single mother, underwent rehabilitation and learned to walk unaided on prosthetic legs after four months. During that time, Corinne noticed a lack of support for people who have been through amputation, and just weeks after her surgery, she set up the Finding Your Feet Amputee Charity.The charity aims to reduce the social isolation that many feel after experiencing amputation through peer support and sports activities. From helping just five people in 2013, today the Finding Your Feet Amputee Charity helps more than 500 amputees in Scotland.In five years the charity has raised more than Β£700,000 to fund clubs and activities such as swimming, Pilates, skiing as well as peer support groups and vital counselling.Corinne has also set three world records, including becoming the first female quadruple amputee to reach the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro and Ben Nevis. She has also abseiled down a multi-storey building and took up skiing and ballroom dancing.In January 2019, she underwent a 12-hour procedure to become the first Scottish person to receive a double hand transplant. She is now able to write and drive.We think that Corinne is truly inspirational.

Posted by Pride of Sport on Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Above Knee Amputee Callum Flying On His New Blade

Above Knee Amputee Callum Flying On His New Blade

Trooper Callum is looking really slick on his new blade! πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ

Posted by Finding Your Feet Amputee Charity on Monday, 14 October 2019

#OrganDonationWeek

It's NHS Organ Donation Week. Will you sign up, spread the word and make your family aware of your wishes in exchange for a wee tune from Cor? Thanks, as always, to the courageous donor and family. #OrganDonationWeek #TheEntertainer

Posted by Finding Your Feet Amputee Charity on Wednesday, 4 September 2019

Cor – Good Morning Britain July 2019

Cor Hutton – Good Morning Britain July 2019

ICYMI: Here's Cor's fourth appearance on Good Morning Britain! She'll be hosting soon… β›…πŸ˜œ

Posted by Finding Your Feet Amputee Charity on Friday, 5 July 2019

Finding Your Feet: Grant’s Story

We wouldn't exist without fundraisers. It's as simple as that. Our #SSFYFFB campaign has raised an astonishing Β£22,500 so far! πŸ’œWhere will the money go? Towards helping people like Grant and his family. The last thing we'll ask you to do today is watch his story. Thank you for being a part of this. πŸ‘£

Posted by Finding Your Feet Amputee Charity on Friday, 14 June 2019