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– Conversations with a peer strengthen the faith and hope that you can also have an active and good life. Av Marte Nordahl Peer coordinator Mark Miller remembers well the older lady who called and told that she had amputated both legs under the leg due to a course of illness. She wanted to talk … Read more
– Peer work is about inspiring and encouraging people to master life in the best possible way. As a graduate student in Scotland in 1986, Nils-Odd and his student friends were to celebrate that their first exam was over. As he got out of the taxi on his way to meet the others, he was … Read more
Cool winter weather with north winds did not prevent the hikers from frolicking in outdoor activities such as cross-country skiing, dog sledding and sleigh rides. Text and photo by Marte Nordahl Ski enthusiast Åge Andresen from Oppegård whizzes along the cross-country track on a shared ski. He has already covered two trips totaling 30 miles, … Read more
– I look forward to treatment with osseointegration. It will make everyday life easier with a tractor and truck. The high thigh amputation means that the sleeve I use today is not as useful, says Villy Andresen. By Marte Nordahl. Photo: Private. Villy Andresen from Tyristrand remembers well the fateful fall in the soapy courtyard … Read more
The running prosthesis that Ann Selda Deliler (21) received a request for in upper secondary school, has resulted in several podium places and buckets of sports enjoyment together with other athletes in parade sports. Av Marte Nordahl For parade athlete Ann Selda Deliler from Porsgrunn, the painful gym experiences at the junior high school are … Read more
After the amputation of his right arm, Geir-Håkon had to learn to write and take the note again. Thanks to the diligent use of several arm prostheses and aids, he lives an active and fulfilling life. Av Marte Nordahl In November 2015, it was only a month before 69-year-old Geir-Håkon Øverby from Elverum was to … Read more
Av Marte Nordahl –Thanks to a velectric-adapted prosthesis, I have had to frolic in sporting challenges. I feel a huge joy and feeling of mastery of all the activities I have had the opportunity to join, says Jan Ove. As a ground worker, Jan Ove Sørheim from Ås had a completely ordinary working day in … Read more
By Marte Nordahl. Photo, private. – I know well how good and bad prostheses affect my quality of life. I use all the experiences I have gained in my new job as an orthopedic engineer, says Anita Hellan. Anita Hellan, 24, from Sparbu in Steinkjer, was born with dysmeli without the foot from the ankle … Read more
Text: Marte Nordahl On the weekend trip to Hjerkinn, Benedicte Finnema proved that it is possible to have an active life and master being on the mountain. – Performing activities that increase the quality of life is the most important thing. Also knowing that the body works. The thigh prosthesis is also not an obstacle … Read more
– I have also learned to appreciate all the small pleasures in everyday life. Just knowing that my leg does not fail while I walk is wonderful, she says happily. By Marte Nordahl Benedicte Finnema experienced the nightmare of an alpine accident in Hemsedal 14. February 2016. It was a fantastic ski day, completely windless … Read more