Who Needs Twenty

Who Needs Twenty aims to provide a sense of community by engaging amputees, family, friends, caregivers, healthcare providers and researchers to enhance quality of life for people impacted by amputation.  

Amputation is a life-changing, stressful experience for the patient, family, friends and caregivers. Peer support is an integral part of recovery and beyond. Our goal is to provide a positive role in the health and lives of people affected by amputation and the opportunity to share concerns, experiences, problems and achievements with others affected by amputation.

Who Needs Twenty, led by Dr. Audrey Zucker-Levin and Kassondra (Soni) Collins, organizes activities and events for those who have been impacted by amputation. 

  Check out our Facebook page for upcoming events!         


We are currently recruiting people with amputation for a number of research projects. Research happens at many levels including: surveys, questionnaires, functional assessments, and in-person visits with clinical scientists. Compensation is included for some of the projects. 

If you are interested in participating in a research project or would like more information, give us a call or send an email.

(306) 371-LIMB (5462)  limb.study@usask.ca