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The Arthritis Foundation, New England Region serves all six states across the region and is actively working to reduce the unacceptable impact of arthritis on the lives of the 617,000 adults and 3,400 children in Connecticut.

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Women On The Move

Women On The Move

10/29/2014 to 10/29/2014

Help bring a greater awareness of arthritis to the women of New England. Join the Arthritis Foundation's Women on the Move Breakfast Wednesday, October 29 at the Hartford Marriott Downtown from 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM. Full sit-down breakfast Featured Speaker Chris Dailey, Associate Head Coach of the National Women’s Basketball Champion UCONN Huskies, who will inspire you with motivating moments from her career. $50 per person or $500 per table For more information or to reserve a seat call 1-800-541-8350 or email info.sne@arthritis.org. Please reserve your seat by Monday, October 20, 2014 “Women on the Move” benefits the Arthritis Foundation mission — to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases. Associate Head Coach Chris Dailey completed her 29th season with the UConn Women’s Basketball Program. Dailey has been instrumental in teaming with Head Coach Geno Auriemma to build UConn into a national power.

Juvenile Arthritis Family Day

Juvenile Arthritis Family Day

11/2/2014 to 11/2/2014

Our day together will include a family networking lunch, expert sessions for parents and older teens with Nalton Ferraro, DMD, MD, on jaw issues and Judy Crosby, Esq., on special education. There will be magic and games for the kids, followed by free time in the lodge’s eye-popping indoor water park.

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35 Cold Spring Road, Suite 411
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
860-563-1177 Phone
860-563-6018 Fax
800-541-8350 Toll-Free
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Healing Hands for Arthritis

Join us for Healing Hands for Arthritis event on September 17. Massage Envy Spa will be donating $10 from every massage or facial this day. Your massage or facial could help the many adults or children suffering from arthritis and find lasting relief.