How We Help

Advocacy

Arthritis advocacy means we advocate for people with arthritis. Advocacy gives people with arthritis a voice on issues that affect them every day.  Read More

Arthritis Assist

Arthritis Assist is an integrated client support service that provides links for people to get clinical advice, speak to a peer support volunteer, find resources on social media or request information about a form of arthritis and how to manage it.  Read More

Arthritis IQ Courses

These Online Courses provide professional development for clinical and non-clinical staff who work at the coal face with people who have arthritis, enabling best care and therefore increased independence for clients with arthritis.  Read More

Children and Teens

Learning that your child has arthritis can be confusing and worrying. You may have lots of questions, especially if reaching a diagnosis has taken some time, as it often does.  Read More

Joint Support Magazine

Read the latest and back copies of our Joint Support Magazine here

News

Read the latest news here

Online Activities

Courses, Webinars, Facebook Sessions, Zoom Cafes, Quizzes, Crosswords and more.  Click here

Peer Support Service

The Peer Support Service volunteers is a group of trained volunteers who have arthritis and are responsible for providing non-clinical one-on-one telephone peer support to New Zealanders living with arthritis, which includes advice and experience of living with arthritis.  Read More

Research

Each year Arthritis New Zealand funds a range of research with the overriding aim “improving the life of every person affected by arthritis”.  Read More

Resources

Click here for a selection of our digital brochures available for download as pdfs.

Support Groups

For a list of Local face-to-face support groups and Online support groups (on Facebook) please click here

The Impact Your Donation Makes

Every dollar donated helps make a difference to an arthritis sufferer or their family. Find out how your donation can make a difference.  Read More

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