Spenden Sammeln, Natur Erleben, Gutes Tun
Seit gestern ist Folge #34 des The Active Amputee Podcasts zu haben. Dieses Mal mit einer Geschichte aus meiner Zeit in Timor Leste. Es geht um eine simple Prothese, die ich mir lokal bauen lies. Um eine nicht bezahlte Rechnung. Um eine wilde Idee, Spenden zu sammeln. Um eine faszinierende Wanderung. Und um drei Organisationen, die vor Ort großartige Arbeit leisten, um Menschen mit Behinderungen zu unterstützen. Aber was erzähle ich euch. Gönnt euch einfach diesen Podcast und hört selbst.
Mit nur einem Bein auf den höchsten Berg Timor Lestes
Und wer die Geschichte noch einmal in Ruhe lesen und sich ein paar Bilder anschauen will, der findet den entsprechenden Artikel hier.
Beitrag von Björn Eser, dem Gründer von und Macher hinter The Active Amputee.
Who cares if odds are stacked against you
In early 2015, the life of Sebastiana Lopez almost ended. A horrible motorcycle accident left her severely injured and resulted in the amputation of her right leg. After weeks in a medical induced coma, after depending on others for her daily routine, Sebastiana decided to use this life-altering experience as an opportunity to start anew. And she came back stronger than ever. „Who cares if the odds are stacked up against us, bring it on. We will not be defeated and when we fail. We will learn and emerge stronger, faster, well informed.“ Here is her amazing story. Read more
Giving back in so many ways
In 2004, Dr. Dani Burt was involved in a motorcycle crash that put her in a coma for 45 days. After she woke up, Dani knew her life would never be the same again. It took many unexpected turns, opened many new doors and offered her countless amazing opportunities. Today, Dani works as a Doctor of Physical Therapy at Sharp Memorial Hospital, the same hospital where she was a patient of more than a decade ago. A career she chose because she wants to be there for patients after they go through the darkest moments in their life to show them what is possible. Read more
Double amputee circus artist
June 12, 2014 was the day Erin had both of her lower legs removed. It took her eight months after that to accept it and to imagine that a life was still possible. Once that step was taken, she started to wrap her head around believing that her life could be one that she actually wanted to live. Before her accident in March 2014, Erin had been a circus artist whose career was just starting to take off and everything that she did required feet - or so she thought. But as she soon learned, this was not the case. Read more