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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.
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Local Juvenile Arthritis
Diagnosed with arthritis as a toddler, Abby was able to manage her disease for several years. But at 9, she began experiencing new symptoms and is focusing on finding a new treatment plan.Read about Abby
Helping others understand and manage their arthritis helps Helen manage her own. “Representing people who have yet to find their voices in this disease is a real honor,” she says.Read about Helen
While pain can be a result of a rough day on the field, what 14-year-old Laura was experiencing seemed extreme. A visit with a rheumatologist confirmed her suspicions, and now she’s on a mission.Read about Laura
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