Young people and families
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Natasha: Top tips for managing arthritis during exam and revision periods
Last year, Natasha graduated with a degree in Marine Biology and is currently studying for her Master of Science (MSc). Read her top tips on exam preparation and check out some of our advice for teachers.
Lara and Tom: My daughter has uveitis – a parent’s perspective
Lara is four and was diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) at two years old. At three, she was diagnosed with uveitis. Tom, Lara’s father, shares an honest account of caring for Lara and managing her conditions.
Maisie: Living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis
Maisie works part-time as a support worker with adults with learning disabilities and mental health. She loves her job as she feels she can share her experiences and what helps her.
Information and tips
Information for young people and parents
Read advice and information for young people who have arthritis and their families, including how to ease your symptoms and tell friends about your condition.
Information for health professionals
Use our study guide to improve your clinical assessment skills and make an accurate diagnosis of a child or young person complaining of joint problems.
Information for teachers
Schools and teachers can do a lot to help young people with arthritis. Find out how to offer practical and emotional support for students with arthritis.
Make a difference
Make a difference for other young people with arthritis by sharing your story, your opinion, fundraising for us and more.
Improving the bigger picture
Find out about all the awareness, research and policy work we are doing to make this world an easier place to live in for people with arthritis today, and in the future.