Sydney owned and run, Flowers Across Sydney has the happy job of sending fun and fresh flowers to people all across Sydney. Lovers of their work and all flowers, they also love giving back! Through their Charity Givr program, eachread more..
Introductory comments by Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW For Camp Footloose 2017 we welcomed on board Silver Sponsor, Nuance Communications. Nuance’s product, Dragon, is speech recognition that changes the way people interact with their computer by taking away the mechanical aspectsread more..
On Thursday morning, 31 August 2017, His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley, Governor of New South Wales and Mrs Linda Hurley hosted a Morning Tea for Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW to mark the organisation’s 50-years of service to theread more..
Without love, there is no purpose. One of the best-received movies at the recent Sydney Film Festival (6 – 17 June 2017) was the delightful romance, MAUDIE. Based on a true story, MAUDIE charts the unlikely romance between Maud Lewis,read more..
New consumer resource written by Perth medical experts will empower the half million Australians living with rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis and Osteoporosis WA has published a uniquely Australian book written by Perth medical experts and health professionals for Australians living withread more..
Things to remember: > While chronic pain may never be completely resolved, it can be managed effectively > Relying solely on medication is not an effective way of treating chronic pain > Successful management requires daily practice > There areread more..
We are posting this article on behalf of Alice Shires of UTS Clinical Psychology, who is conducting a study on the effects of mindfulness on chronic pain. For many people living with arthritis, managing chronic pain is a key issue.read more..
Sponsoring Camp Footloose is a wonderful way to have a lasting impact on the lives of the children and young people who have juvenile arthritis. Read more
Mature adults with arthritis are encouraged to keep moving to be functionally independent. Current guidelines from the Australian Department of Health suggest being physically active for 30 minutes per day on most days of the week. But where do youread more..