16 Jul 2019
Warm weather generally makes children feel active and motivated. But for children and young people with JIA, the warm weather might bring additional challenges. While it’s not uncommon for feet, ankles, and hands to swell up in the heat, those already dealing with JIA swelling may experience further tenderness.
5 Jun 2019
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) are approximately 2 years into a study that is looking at how gut bacteria differs between healthy children and those with arthritis.
3 Jun 2019
The first episode of a profoundly bleak but crucially informative two-part Panorama, Crisis in Care (BBC One, Wednesday 29th May at 9 pm), highlighted the adult social care system on the brink and in dire need of reform after years of austerity. A BBC social affairs correspondent spent a year in Somerset, a county with one of the UK’s fastest ageing populations. There, the council spends 42 pence in every pound of council tax on funding adult social care. One of the case studies highlighted was Martine, a 37-year-old mother of triplets with very severe juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) since the age of two, cared for by her partner.
21 May 2019
Supporting pupils at school with medical conditions - Statutory guidance for governing bodies of maintained schools and proprietors of academies in England
5 Apr 2019
Ofsted have been seeking views on their proposals for changes to the education inspection framework from September 2019.