Juvenile Arthritis


The Arthritis Foundation coordinates educational and social opportunities for JA families to network, learn and have fun throughout the year.  These events include education days, seasonal outings, ball games, the opportunity to get involved in our fundraising events and much more!  For more information about programming near you check out our events calendar.


Education is an important component in managing juvenile arthritis.  The Arthritis Foundaiton provides FREE webinars with relevant and timely topics.  Webinars can be listened to live or on-demand at your convenience.  To stay up-to-date with live webinars "like" us on Facebook or view our archived webinars.


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A diagnosis of juvenile arthritis can turn life upside down and make you feel powerless. You may not know what to expect, what treatment options are available or what to do. You may be worried and have a lot of questions.

The Arthritis Foundation understands and cares. That’s why we offer our JA Power Pack – a toolkit with useful information and tools to assist newly-diagnosed children and teens, as well as their parents. These resources were designed to give you and your family the POWER to make living with JA easier.

Knowing what to expect and how to deal with it is the key to better living with JA. And our JA Power Pack will help get you started. Now the power is in your hands!

Get your power pack today!