News

New Resource Arthritis and Pregnancy

Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting and overwhelming times in most people’s lives. But even more so if you, or your partner, has arthritis. Arthritis and Pregnancy is a practical guide to bumps, births, babies and beyond, recently released by Arthritis Australia.
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Arthritis Australia’s partnership with Aids for Daily Living

The partnership between Arthritis Australia and Aids for Daily Living means that for every purchase made via Arthritis TAS – as an affiliate of Arthritis Australia – a percentage of sales is donated back to Arthritis Australia to assist in the long term achievement of its vision: “To bring quality of life to all people with arthritis and eliminate their suffering.”
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New go-to guide for kids battling juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) – 12 November 2017

A debilitating, invisible disease that afflicts hundreds of Tasmanian children is the target of a new guidebook for parents, launched today in Hobart.
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Events

Get a Grip on Gout
Community Information Session

Do you have gout or care for someone who does? Just want to know more about it?

Presenters: Dr Adam Maundrell, Rheumatologist
Emma Bavage, Rheumatology Specialist Nurse
Date: Wednesday, 28 November 2018
Time: 7.00pm – 8.30pm
Where: Glenorchy Football Clubrooms, 1a Anfield Street, Glenorchy
RSVP: Freecall 1800 011 041 to reserve your place and/or receive more information.

Supported by a small grant from Aurora Energy.

The Joint Movement
Strength Training Program

Take the first step to a healthier you. The Joint Movement Strength Training Program is a 12 week group exercise program led by a trained exercise professional. Program includes a pre-exercise assessment. Details of 2019 programs will be made available shortly.

ALL PROGRAMS:
Cost: $10 per session
Bookings: (03) 6228 4824

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Would you like to gain or further develop your professional knowledge and skills in the areas of arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions?
Arthritis Essentials is a competency based, nationally accredited unit of competency, designed to provide healthcare professionals working with or supporting people with arthritis and related musculoskeletal conditions, with an easily accessible means of professional development.

Continuously available online at https://learning.arthritistas.org.au

For more information click here.