Supporting children and young people with juvenile arthritis at school

Having juvenile arthritis can be difficult for many children and young people.

You can make life better for them at school. Complete the form below to request your free toolkit, which is full of resources and information about Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA). These packs are suitable for use in pre-schools and nurseries, primary and secondary schools, and further and higher educational settings.

You can request a free Schools Toolkit whether you currently have a child or young person with JIA in your setting or not. As well as information about the condition, each toolkit contains awareness-raising resources. Raising awareness of JIA is the first step in reaching a diagnosis and starting treatment, as well as an important step in increasing understanding and support for people with JIA.

Together we can make a difference to the lives of children with arthritis.


Terms and conditions can be found below.
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Terms & Conditions
School toolkits are provided free of charge, whilst stock and resources last, to pre-schools, schools and colleges (and other educational settings at the discretion of Juvenile Arthritis Research) in the UK upon request. Please allow 28 days for delivery. Maximum of one toolkit per setting. Packs must be requested directly by the school or setting, and posted directly to the school address. Toolkits contain information about Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) and how to support children and young people with JIA at school. Packs contain digital and physical resources. Digital resources require a PC or laptop running Windows and a USB port. By requesting a Toolkit, you are agreeing to your details being held and processed by Juvenile Arthritis Research for the purposes of fulfilling your request and, if you sign-up, to join the mailing list. We will not share or sell your personal details.