As your child with arthritis gets older, it's important for her to learn how to be an effective self-advocate in the school setting. In these videos, you'll hear many perspectives on how you can encourage your child to speak up and be heard.
Each video is about two minutes.
A college student talks about the challenges she faced talking about her arthritis to others, and how attending an arthritis camp gave her important resources and skills.
Two parents discuss the importance of empowering children with arthritis to be strong self-advocates at school.
A high school counselor discusses his role as a liaison between the different people involved in a student’s educational progress.