The party’s over….or at least on hiatus
Well, it’s been two years since Caitlin had her last infusion of Actemra. Two years since she took her last dose of methotrexate. Two great years of remission –
The Arthritis Foundation's online home for the 300,000 families living with juvenile arthritis.
Celebrating its 30th Anniversary and returning to the location of the first JA Conference, the 2014 Juvenile Arthritis Conference will be held in Keystone, Colorado.
The Arthritis Foundation has many opportunities for the entire family to find comfort, strength and hope in the company of other families who know what it’s like.
The Arthritis Foundation’s JA summer camps are a time for kids to play, gain self-confidence and make lasting friendships in a safe and encouraging environment.
Arthritis Foundation voices help get U.S. Senate Committee approval for funding that will increase access to pediatric rheumatologists nationwide.
The Arthritis Foundation has been fighting juvenile arthritis and supporting families for more than 60 years. Every year we invest more than $4.5 million in outreach and JA-specific research that advances treatments and will lead to a cure. We also make living with juvenile arthritis better through valuable information online and in print that reaches millions of people.
A mother shares the challenges of raising a child with systemic juvenile arthritis.
Here’s how to find the tips and resources you need to help your child cope with juvenile arthritis in the classroom and beyond.
Physical activity can boost your child's ability to move, enjoy life.