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How to help Boston bombing survivors healing from severe leg trauma

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The rehabilitation process to recover from severe lower limb trauma can be long, arduous, and expensive.  To help those injured in the Boston bombings, the MIT Media Lab’s Biomechatronics Group is collaborating with the Mass Technology Leadership Council and No Barriers Boston Fund on two initiatives.

The first initiative involves the  Mass Technology Leadership Council working to ensure that each person is provided with the assistive and rehabilitative solutions that best address their injury.  If you have a technology that you believe could help those who suffered traumatic injuries, please contact the Mass Technology Leadership Council by clicking here.

Secondly, the No Barriers Boston Fund has been established to provide the victims with devices to allow them to lead full and active lives.  The fund will provide these individuals with prosthetic limbs specifically designed for athletic activities such as running, cycling, swimming, skiing and even dancing.  To donate to this important cause, click here.

To contribute to One Fund Boston, the fund set up by Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino to help Boston bombing victims and their families, click here.

To contribute to the Celeste and Sydney Corcoran Recovery Fund, click here.

To help Boston bombing survivor Marc Fucarile, click here.