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Self Management

Self-management gives you the skills to manage your condition. It is crucial for your emotional and physical well-being. It is the foundation of Arthritis Care’s workshops and courses.

Managing your arthritis is hugely liberating. As well as benefiting your physical and mental health, it can help in all aspects of life: aiding relationships, reducing workplace stresses, or helping you get back into work, reducing social isolation, to name but a few.

Learning about your condition is the first step in self-management – in particular, how your condition affects you. This can help you to predict when you might experience symptoms, and to consider how to work around them.

Other areas of self management we can advise and help with are Treatments and therapies managing pain and healthy lifestyles

What Self Management Means to Us.

We believe that self management skills are key to living the life you want.

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Joint Activity

The ‘Joint Activity’ programme aims to support people living with arthritis or any other long term condition to get active, and stay active within their own community.

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Joint Potential

Joint Potential is run by our Young People and Families' Services team. It is a programme of events for young people with arthritis and related conditions, aged from 12 to 25 years.

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Joint Working

Arthritis Care in Scotland has secured funding to deliver a new service in Scotland to support people living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in the Greater Glasgow & Clyde area. The Joint Working project is due to commence in April 2013.

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TLC for LTC Project

Arthritis Care in Scotland has been awarded funding through the Self -management Impact fund from the Health & Social Care Alliance Scotland, to support people living with arthritis and other long term conditions, as well as their primary informal carer, who could be their partner, parent or friend. The TLC for LTC project is due to commence in June 2013.

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