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Children with arthritis come together at camp
The 2019 Arthritis New Zealand Children’s Camp was a roaring success. Nearly 100 people attended the weekend-long event that took place from Friday 1 March to Sunday 3 March in Matamata.
This is me, Tiffany
I was a fourteen year old and started feeling pain in my wrist. I played sport so first I thought it was an injury. One year later I was diagnosed with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis.
Accessible packaging – some good news
Arthritis New Zealand and Packaging New Zealand have joined forces to establish guidelines for accessible packaging in New Zealand.
Children’s Camp to have record number of people
Seventeen-year-old Tristan-Perry (TP) Moananu of Miramar, Wellington is one of the camp youth leaders this year. TP first came to camp in 2017 and returned as a youth leader last year and again this year.
Shortage of rheumatologists hurts people with chronic conditions – Stuff.co.nz
Relief is on the way for hundreds of MidCentral Health patients suffering chronic auto-immune conditions with the ...
A sense of satisfaction
Have survived another year, with some outside assistance from vets 'n quacks, usually as a last ditch response to keep workmates and the hut wife happy so the normally silent channel may resume. This person is grateful for the support, and caring nature of those in this tiny inner circle.
Emma’s journey with arthritis
Emma is one of over 100,000 New Zealanders with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a diagnosis she received at age 21.
Cycle Forward launches cycling programme in Whanganui
On Wednesday, 20 February 2019, Whanganui District Council and Arthritis New Zealand launched the national pilot ...
Relief enough to have enjoyed the summer break
This person hopes that all have found at the least some relief enough to have enjoyed some of the summer break, and have had some fun, and even perhaps with family and friends.
Arthritis New Zealand Research Funds for 2019
Currently a review of the research strategy is underway to ensure that Arthritis New Zealand is part of contributing to the growing body of research
2018 Annual Review
President's Report This has been a year of significant changes for Arthritis New Zealand - changes that I think ...
Council-led cycling collaboration
Whanganui District Council and Arthritis New Zealand are developing a Council-led cycling collaboration in the form of a three-year pilot project in to encourage people with arthritis (particularly osteoarthritis) to start cycling, return to cycling or keep cycling.
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