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Arthritis Care in Northern Ireland
Arthritis Care acts on behalf of people with arthritis in Northern Ireland. We provide them, their families and friends with support, understanding, information and expertise so that they can cope with the impact of the condition and get the most out of life.
Information and Support
Latest news from Northern Ireland
Arthritis Care Northern Ireland are happy to announce the launch of several Living Well with Arthritis information hubs in the country, which will provide services, information and support for those who want to live a positive life with arthritis.
Less pain, more gain is Arthritis Care Northern Ireland’s Manifesto for the upcoming Election. It challenges the myth of arthritis being an older person’s issue and sets out a number of measures that will achieve better outcomes for people with arthritis.
Events and activities in Northern Ireland
- Tuesdays 20 - 27 September & 4 - 25 October 2016, 10.30am - 1.00pm
This course will help you develop the skills and confidence you need to better manage your condition and feel more equipped to cope with daily life.Read “Challenging your Condition - Warrenpoint Town Hall” in full
- Mondays 26 September & 3 - 31 October 2016, 10.30 am - 1.00 pm
This course will help you develop the skills and confidence you need to better manage your condition and feel more equipped to cope with daily life.Read “Challenging your Condition - Craigavon Civic Centre” in full
New volunteering opportunities for Northern Ireland
- Various locations across Northern Ireland
- Based at Northern Ireland Officer in Belfast with some travel
Upcoming fundraising events
This half-marathon is like no other; the stunning 13.1 mile route takes in four of London’s eight Royal Parks – Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens – alongside the capital’s world-famous landmarks.
The legendary Birmingham half-marathon starts at the National Indoor Arena, racing through the vibrant city centre before returning to the finish on Broad Street by the International Convention Centre.
Branch and group meetings in Northern Ireland
Latest stories from Northern Ireland
Shay was diagnosed with Lupus aged 13. He shares his experience of attending his very first Positive Future workshop and how he has since gained confidence in himself and his abilities both academically and in setting goals for the future.
- Ankylosing spondylitisNorthern Ireland
When Andrea was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis at the age of 21, the pain was so intense she thought her life was over. Now 47, thanks to advice and information from Arthritis Care she has had the confidence to keep going.