When: Monday 26 September – Friday 30 September 2016
Where: Myuna Bay Sport and Recreation Centre
Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW recognises that children who have juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) experience severe pain, stiffness, fatigue and muscle weakness, often on a daily basis. As a result, we host an annual camp to create a fun environment for children and teenagers with arthritis to learn about their condition and ways of coping with it, meet other kids and teenagers who have the disease, gain and develop leisure and sporting skills, increase confidence and self-esteem and give them the opportunity to gain control over their arthritis and their lives.
Please contact Michelle Thompson (02) 9857 3300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place or find out more. Places are allocated on a first-in, first-serve basis. ATTENTION: We have extra places available for Camp Footloose 2016 but registration for these spots close Friday, 29 July 2016. Call Michelle on 1800 011 041 to secure your place!
When: 3 – 5 March 2017
Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW together with the Kids with Arthritis Branch support and recognise parents/carers and families who have a child with JIA. Camp Twinkletoes is a weekend camp for the whole family, aimed at families with a child diagnosed with JIA under the age of eight years old. This camp offers support, information and skills to better manage their child’s condition as well as educating the child about JIA and giving them skills which increase confidence and build self-esteem. To find out more about the camp contact us on 1800 011 041 or email@example.com.
Arthritis NSW offers a comprehensive membership program that aims to help people improve their quality of life and is working to keep NSW moving. At Arthritis NSW, our focus is to ensure that members are well-informed, educated and supported to aid in managing their condition and enjoying a healthy lifestyle. “My daughter Siennah, was diagnosed just before her second birthday in 2011 with Pauciarticular Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. She was diagnosed at two with arthritis in her right knee and now also in her right wrist. I subscribed to [Arthritis NSW] to help me gain more information about arthritis to help me with Siennah and what she would be dealing with.”
Kylie, mother to Siennah who has juvenile rheumatoid arthritis