Bryce Cordick,15, of Kelowna, has been invited to be a Junior Counsellor and role model at The War Amps 2019 BC Child Amputee (CHAMP) Seminar from March 15 to 17, in Richmond. Bryce, born a left hand amputee, attends seminars to see the latest developments in artificial limbs and attend informative sessions on dealing with amputation.
He applied to be a Junior Counsellor so that he could give back by answering questions and offering advice to younger Champs. This year’s seminar theme is “Just the Way I Am” and Bryce will encourage other Champs to embrace their amputation and overcome hurdles on the road to independence. Bryce is pictured at last year’s Seminar showing his weightlifting device.