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The Champ Program (Child Amputee) provides funding coverage for all child amputees registered under the age of 18 years. This program is fairly flexible and understands the needs of children; both in growth needs and recreation needs. They will provide funding for a variety of prosthetic requests with prior approval.
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This program is for amputees registered as adults and provides limited funding every 3 or more years towards a new prosthesis only. This program does not provide funding assistance for supplies or repairs.
The War Amps has a local branch here in Vancouver that also provides funding assistance for amputees that are registered with the War Amps. Although I am unsure of the exact guidelines for funding, it seems so far as though they take each application on a case by case basis and ore not restricted to funding of new prostheses only as they have assisted clients with costs for repairs and supplies as well in the past.