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Rheumatoid Awareness Week 2021: Katy's story

"Living with RA has given me a purpose I didn’t know I needed. I feel proud to be part of the community" writes Katy Pieris. Read about her diagnosis, what it means to her and how RA affects her everyday life.

Written by Katy Pieris, 15 September

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Rheumatoid Awareness Week 2021: Claire's story

Claire Yacoub writes about her experience being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in the middle of Covid-19 and how her medical team has helped her cope up with it in the middle of this global pandemic.

Written by Claire Yacoub, 15 September

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Rheumatoid Awareness Week 2021: Katie's story

Katie Walker was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in 2015. She writes "I have a love hate relationship with my RA - I’m happy as long as I can quantify my pain" Read about her diagnosis, what it means to her and how RA affects her everyday life.

Written by Katie Walker, 15 September

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Rheumatoid Awareness Week 2021: Julie Bastarache's story

Getting diagnosed with an incurable illness is difficult, no matter how prepared you think you may be. Julie Bastarache reflects on her RA diagnosis and writes about her challenges this RA Awareness Week.

Written by Julie Bastarache, 15 September

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Rheumatoid Awareness Week 2021: Sammy's story

"I never know what each day is going to bring" is what Sammy Oliver describes as life, living with RA. She writes to us about her journey with RA and what it means to her.

Written by Sammy Oliver, 13 September

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Rheumatoid Awareness Week 2021: Julie's story

Rheumatoid arthritis is a condition that causes pain, swelling and stiffness in the joints usually affecting hands, feet and wrists. This RA Awareness Week Julie Harron writes about her experience living with RA.

Written by Julie Harron, 13 September

Inclusivity and Confidence in Home wear and Clothing

Inclusivity and Confidence in Homeware and Clothing

Accessible design should be available in all spaces and you shouldn't have to choose between function and beautiful products. We are working to make sure that your adapted products and aids not only make your life easier brighter as well. (Watch the video)

Written by Ellen Robinson, 17 August

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Mental Health Awareness Week: James' story

Mental health just like physical health needs to be taken care of and maintained. James Hollens, having struggled through it all his life, writes about how his 2nd arthritic diagnosis helped save his mental health.

Written by James Hollens, 14 May

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Mental Health Awareness Week: Georgie's Story

Mental health is incredibly important at every stage in our life - It affects how we think, feel and act. This Mental Health Awareness Week, Georgie Wishart writes about the challenges she has faced while struggling with her mental health.

Written by Georgie Wishart, 12 May

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Parenthood with arthritis: Katy's story

Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs one ever does and if you have arthritis, you may feel overwhelmed by this challenge. Katy Pieris writes about the challenges she faced on her journey to motherhood, with arthritis

Written by Katy Pieris, 24 December

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  • Expert Opinion

Importance of a proper sleep schedule

Nicola Hunter, Chartered Physiotherapist writes about the importance of maintaining a proper sleep schedule and how beneficial it is to our everyday lives.

Written by Nicola Hunter, 04 November

A thankful week ahead

We at Arthr are extremely grateful for all the support we've been given this year.

Written by Khushali Rughani, 19 November

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  • Lifestyle Advice

Lessons in living well with arthritis: Izzie's story

It's easy to forget you're more than your illness, but life improves when you change your relationship with arthritis, as Izzie Clough writes here: "I can be ill and still be me"

Written by Izzie Clough, 07 September

World Arthritis Day - Not an everyday event
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  • Product Development

Not An Everyday Event

There are everyday events and there are Arthr events

Written by Ellen Robinson, 06 October

Loved By Arthr range
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What makes our Loved By Arthr range?

Loved by Arthr is a collection of carefully curated products from innovative entrepreneurs and inventors that meet Arthr’s high standards of functionality and design.

Written by Emily Barton, 19 August

Adaptable clothing

A key challenge associated with arthritis and those with restricted movement is getting dressed.

Written by Emily Barton, 06 June

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