Home > Medical > Arthritis > Juvenile arthritis Juvenile arthritis All sections in Arthritis » About Joint Pain/Arthritis » FAQs » Juvenile Arthritis » Living with Arthritis » Managing Pain » Multimedia » News Helping kids fight arthritis A high school counsellor and a paediatric rheumatologist, Dr Chris Scott, have joined forces to raise funds for children facing life-threatening forms of juvenile arthritis. JA and educators As an educator or caregiver you’ll benefit greatly from understanding what juvenile arthritis (JA) is if you have a JA sufferer under your care. JA and children Whatever the physical complications of juvenile arthritis (JA), the psychological issues are more likely to affect the lives of you and your family. Ask the Osteopath » Join us on Facebook » Ask CyberDoc » Subscribe to the Newsletter » 10 tips to take care of your joints Gadgets for arthritic hands JA and teens Having a child with a chronic illness such as juvenile arthritis (JA) can be emotionally draining, and physically taxing. JA and exercise Exercise is particularly good for juvenile arthritis (JA). It keeps the joints mobile, the muscles strong, improves general fitness and endurance. JA and young adults Young adults with juvenile arthritis (JA)are subject to the same anxieties and concerns as young people everywhere. JA and diet All children need proper nutrition; those with juvenile arthritis (JA) need it more than most. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.