A great Facebook Live talk with Kalli about amputation, family and the importance of attitude.

We had great time talk talking to Karlianny (Kalli) from Saarland in Germany. We talked about everything from her childhood, her amputation as 6 year old, how she through sport and positive attitude found her way quickly back to normal life. Today Kalli who is originally from Brazil has a family and 4 children where just this year the youngest one was born. She started recently a Facebook group for amputee women. She is very passionate about how we can further improve the lifestyle of such and shared with us her vision and ideas about current technology and future trends. The interview was done via Facebook and was this time in German. Thank you Kalli!

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