Your child with JA has rights to ensure a fair and equal education. Find out what they are and how to navigate other school-related issues.
Advocating for Your Child with Arthritis at School
These tips can help your child get the necessary accommodations to succeed in school.Learn More
Virtual JA Camps
JA camps provide a secure camping and learning environment for children and teens. Campers develop improved confidence and self-advocacy skills to help better manage their arthritis.Register Today
Vitual JA Conference
This annual event brings in thousands of kids, teens, young adults and families affected by JA. Learn about arthritis and make lasting connections while having fun with the whole family.Find Out More
Guidance for Transitions
The transition from adolescence to adulthood is a big step. Get resources to ease the process, from transitioning out of pediatric care into adult care, to choosing a career and college, and more.Find More Information
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Join the Live Yes! Arthritis Network. Tell us a little about yourself and you will receive emails packed with the latest information and resources to live your best life and connect with others.