Juvenile Arthritis Transitions
These resources can help empower teens and young adults during challenging life transitions from childhood to adulthood, including navigating life after high school, social changes, self-care and the critical move from pediatric to adult medical care.
504 Plans and College: Early Planning Is Essential
Get tips on adapting a 504 plan for college for your child with juvenile arthritis (JA).Learn More
Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Medical Care Webinar
Making the move to adult medical care can be challenging for both parents and children with juvenile arthritis (JA). Get tips to make the transition easier.Learn More
Students with JA may face additional challenges, but arthritis doesn’t have to affect school performance. Learn which rights protect your child and develop a plan to ensure an equal education.Learn More
Virtual Connect Groups
There are others in your local community who understand. Connect virtually to make new friends, share tips and get answers and support.Sign Up Today!
Better Living Toolkit
Get information, tips and tools that will help you work with your doctor to develop the best treatment plan for your unique needs.Learn More
For teens and young adults with arthritis, switching to adult health care is another challenging rite of passage. Allie Greenfield shares her tips for making the transition as smooth as possible.Read More
Diagnosed With Juvenile Arthritis?
Get the latest news and tips about living with Juvenile Arthritis in the Living Your Yes! e-newsletter.