for September 24..the day after his birthday and a year after his motorcycle accident. He's had 9 surgeries to try to save his leg and has decided his life is too restricted with what he's got. He has four kids, no insurance, no Medicaid and SSDI has turned him down. He is acutally dealing well with it all and has even started a t-shirt business on Zazzle selling funny amputee tshirts. I, on the other hand, am not doing as well. I worry constantly about him and his family and how they will make it. I have looked all over the web for support groups for parents of amputees and found none. Are any of you aware of any groups available for me to talk with? I would appreciate any help you could give me.
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