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  • Supporting children with JIA in schools

    JIA-at-NRAS News | 16 Aug 2017

    Anne Gilbert, Youth and Family Services Manager for JIA-at-NRAS, discusses how schools can address effectively the needs of pupils with JIA and support their families.

  • Bushcraft Day Feedback and Photos

    JIA News | 15 Aug 2017

    We look back on our first ever Bushcraft day that took place in Oxford on 8th August 2017.

  • JIA and the Health Conditions in School Alliance

    JIA-at-NRAS News | 15 Aug 2017

    JIA-at-NRAS are working collaboratively with the Health Conditions in School Alliance (HCSA) to keep children with medical conditions safe in school

  • Project to raise awareness of JIA in Wales

    JIA News | 1 Aug 2017

    NRAS has been working on a project to raise awareness of JIA in Wales and to campaign for a fully-dedicated multi-disciplinary paediatric rheumatology service in South Wales.

  • Arthritis Charities Welcome Rheumatology Decision for Wales

    JIA News | 17 Jul 2017

    Welsh Assembly Members have voted overwhelmingly in support of a motion calling on the Government to provide a fully-dedicated rheumatology service for children living with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) in South Wales.

  • Family Day 2017 - Photos

    JIA-at-NRAS News | 13 Jul 2017

    After what was said to have been the wettest June for 30 years the sun shone on the JIA-at- NRAS Family Fun Day on 1 July, which was again held at Nell Bank, Ilkley in West Yorkshire.

  • Safe in School - Health Conditions in Schools Alliance

    JIA-at-NRAS News | 24 May 2017

    Over 1 million pupils live with long term medical conditions in the UK! The Health Conditions in School Alliance (HSA) is working hard to make sure these children get the right care and support they need in school. We are a proud member of the HSA and work with them regularly to improve support for people with JIA in schools.

  • East of England Fun Day: Photos

    JIA News | 13 Apr 2017

    This year the event was held at the Athenaeum, an 18th Century building right on the main square in Bury St Edmunds. The afternoon included lots of fun craft activities for the children and young people and a photo booth, while the parents and relatives who came along attended informative sessions with a host of Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) from the East of England’s Paediatric rheumatology team.

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