(Not such a) Peaceful Easy Feeling
So. Glenn Frey died today. This makes me sad and weary in numerous ways, especially given all the brilliance that has be…
Jan 19, 2016
The Arthritis Foundation's online home for the 300,000 families living with juvenile arthritis.
This year, we're featuring two JA Conferences (one in the East and one in the West), so families can attend the Conference most convenient to them!
The Arthritis Foundation leads the way in Juvenile Arthritis and related diseases. Learn about our enduring commitment to families and children.
The Arthritis Foundation has put together a set of resources parents can use to help ensure success at school. See the checklists, forms and videos that cover topics from educational rights to school communication.
The Arthritis Foundation Transition Toolkit is designed to help youth and their families develop the skills they need to successfully make the leap to independence.
The Arthritis Foundation is the Champion of Yes. We exist to conquer arthritis and other childhood rheumatic diseases. We’ve been meeting the unique and urgent needs of families for nearly 70 years. Working closely with such great research partners as the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance (CARRA) (www.carragroup.org), we’re investing millions of dollars in outreach and collaborative research that advances prevention, care and a cure for kids and teens with rheumatic diseases. Our tools and resources help more children say Yes to making life better.
Even though relatives and friends don’t understand, there are people who get it. We’re out there. You are not alone.
Get tips for dealing with eating issues that may be caused by medication side effects or develop when your child experiences a flare.
Here’s what you need to know – and to do – to protect your child’s bone health.