Information

Our information section is where you’ll find all our information on JIA, including what symptoms to expect, how it is diagnosed and treated and tools to help parents and young people to cope with their JIA.

01. What is JIA?

This section will give you an overview of what JIA is, and is a useful introduction to the condition.

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02. JIA Symptoms

Whether your child has an existing or potential diagnosis of JIA, this section helps you to understand the symptoms and how to spot them; particularly important in very young children, who might not be able to verbalise symptoms.

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03. JIA Diagnosis

This section will help to guide you through the process of diagnosis, giving parents an idea of what to expect and ask for when a child is being investigated for JIA.

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04. JIA Medications

This section will help to guide you through the process of diagnosis, giving parents an idea of what to expect and ask for when a child is being investigated for JIA.

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05. JIA Healthcare

In this section, you will find articles on medication, the people involved in treating JIA, the ‘standards of care’ best practice models for clinical practice and information on ‘transition’ from paediatric to adult rheumatology services.

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06. Living with JIA

JIA affects every aspect of a person’s life. In this section, you will find information to help parents and children/young people with JIA with all aspects of living with this condition, including mental and physical health and education.

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