This documentary explores the psychological, physical and social complexities of being a teenager and living without a limb or limbs. Known as Amp Camp and held over three days these inspiring young Australians canoe, horse ride, abseil, run and swim, make lasting friendships and discuss the deeper issues of life and their place within it.
A short summary of the issue the documentary is addressing
Amp Camp reaches out to young people with a limb difference, their families and carers and the amputee community with the message that being different is ok. This project seeks to engage in effective social change and meets the needs of philanthropists interested in; raising awareness of limb difference, exchanging of information, offering of support services, increased mobility and technological advancements in prosthetics and the overall enhancement of amputees health and wellbeing.
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Through character driven stories, Amp Camp shows its audience they can be just as strong as their able-bodied counterparts. Targeted education tools for school-aged children with a focus on inclusiveness and equal opportunities. Increased knowledge of support networks, prosthetics, sporting opportunities, schemes and scholarships for amputees.
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Audience Engagement and Social Impact
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