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A Leg for Leel: A Haiti Earthquake Survivor Seven Years Later

January 12, 2017 marked the seventh anniversary of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that hit Haiti, killing over 200,000 people and leaving 1.5 million homeless. In the aftermath of the devastating quake, a ten-year-old girl named Leel was found in the rubble, barely alive with one leg crushed by fallen debris. “I remember, I was inside

Back to School Tips for Your Child With Limb Loss

As summer vacation comes to an end, your child will be feeling a cluster of emotions – they will be excited to see their friends, but apprehensive for what the school year will bring. If your child is an amputee, more questions and concerns can arise while you begin preparing for the school year. Likewise,

Breakdancer From Northern Africa Comes to A Step Ahead for New Prosthetics

Emeer Guesmi, also known by his b-boy (breakdancing) name Zulu Rema, is a dancer from a small town in northern Africa, Tunisia called Hammam Zriba. At two years old, he lost his legs from a rare blood condition. Unfortunately, in Tunisia prosthetic care is not widely available so Emeer never was able to receive the

Amy Palmiero-Winters Honored by the New York Yankees

A Step Ahead Prosthetics’ Operations Director, Amy Palmiero-Winters, received a big surprise at the USA Track and Field Hall of Fame in Manhattan from none other than NY Yankees manager Joe Girardi and players Gary Sánchez, Jacoby Ellsbury, Adam Warren, Ronald Torreyes, Chad Green and Jonathan Holder. The team honored Amy and the One Step Ahead boys and girls for all their achievements. The Yankees organization