The psychological impact after an amputation can be just as restricting as the physical difficulties an individual faces. Appropriate rehabilitation and support is key to overcoming psychological difficulties and rebuilding lives following an amputation, not only for the amputee but also their family especially where children are involved. Individuals like Charly who have undergone an amputation will need support and help to consider what adaptations need to be made to their home and lifestyle to get back to their day to day routine, and remain positive. This includes help with care needs, a move to a suitable house, a suitable prosthetic limb, adapted vehicle to get to work and consideration of other equipment and therapy needs.