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Live Yes! Connect
Looking to meet other people who understand what daily life with arthritis is really like? Looking for support, encouragement, or just a bit of fun? Live Yes! Connect Groups bring together people with arthritis, friends, loved ones, and caregivers for fun social and informative educational events and activities focused on mutual support and positive coping strategies for living well.
Through your local Live Yes! Connect Group, you can gain the knowledge and resilience to be an empowered patient — who doesn’t just survive life with arthritis, but also THRIVES.
Live Yes! INSIGHTS
In just 10 minutes, you can become part of a force that will change the lives of the nearly 60 million people with arthritis. Your voice matters.Share your Experience
Virtual JA Conference
This annual event brings together a multitude of kids, teens, young adults and their families affected by JA. Learn about arthritis and make lasting connections while having fun with the whole family.Register Today
Join the Live Yes! Online Community
Exchange ideas, tips and experiences with others in our online forums. Say what's on your mind, learn something new and join others who understand. Connect digitally when you can’t connect in person.Join the discussion
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Your Source for Planning the Future
Arthritis patients and families face many financial concerns. We are happy to provide information, resources and even trained professionals to answer questions and help in your planning efforts.
Advocates for the arthritis community are made up of thousands of people, just like you, who care about making a difference in the lives of people with arthritis. Help break down barriers to care for patients in our state by raising awareness through advocacy.
Local Juvenile Arthritis
When arthritis robbed her of the ability to walk, Jenn adapted. She can’t run a marathon, but she can ride a bike. In fact, Jen rides hundreds of miles each year to find a cure for arthritis.Read About Jenn
Juvenile arthritis pain made it difficult for Lily to get out of bed. Learn how she’s taking back childhood with new treatments and a positive attitude.Read about Lily
When her daughter was diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, Raquel knew she had to do something to help. She found the Arthritis Foundation and started riding for cure.Read about Raquel
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