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  • Forgot Password - Arthritis Ireland
    on Facebook Arthritis Ireland on Twitter Arthritis Ireland on YouTube Arthritis Ireland on Google Plus Arthritis Ireland on LinkedIn Quicklinks Information About Arthritis Treatments Care Self Management Arthritis Your Life Booklets Exercise Medical Cards Other Resources Helpline Let s Talk Arthritis Peer Support Self Management Courses About Self Management Living Well With Arthritis Living Well With Arthritis Online Breaking the Pain Cycle Get Involved Fundraise Mini Marathon Take on a

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  • Sell Jasper pins for kids with arthritis and make a BIG difference.
    And that is why we are here In a world where all they hear about is the things they can t do because of their disease we want to show them all the things they can do Will you sell Jasper Pins and help support children with arthritis like Ruby and Liam so that they do not feel like they re alone Through our juvenile arthritis programme we help children

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  • Ruby'S Story - Arthritis Ireland
    school shirt Even though it seems on the surface that I am dealing extremely well with my disease every day brings a new challenge When I go to bed at night I can t be sure I will able to walk down the stairs in the morning or even get out of bed I don t think anyone with arthritis will ever fully get their head around how unpredictable it is I know a lot of things that seem normal to me seem completely alien to others my age I know it s not normal to be marched into hospital every six weeks and hooked to a drip for four hours I know it s not normal for a 16 year old girl to wake up with less than no energy and in extreme pain all over her body Daily struggles become a little easier to handle because I know someone else understands what I m going through and is there to help me when ever I need it Please ensure that children with arthritis like Ruby do not face the prospect of growing up with this disease alone without support Arthritis Ireland on Facebook Arthritis Ireland on Twitter Arthritis

    Original URL path: http://www.arthritisireland.ie/?spKey=get_involved.fundraise.jasper.ruby_s_story (2016-02-07)
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  • Liam'S Story - Arthritis Ireland
    sore and makes me get injections Mummy says I m brave but sometimes I cry Sometimes she cries too Liam was just recently diagnosed with arthritis in March 2013 His arthritis is quite aggressive and so he needed urgent treatment to prevent any lasting damage to his joints As you can imagine we were trying to absorb everything as well as coping with the realisation that out baby boy has arthritis at 3 years of age it just seems unreal Liam s mum Jodi says My biggest fear is that any damage done can not be repaired and this really scares me as Liam has no mobility in his wrist already and some days walking and climbing stairs is a real struggle Children like Liam urgently need your support Text JA to 50300 to Donate 2 Alternatively find out about selling Jasper pins in your communty by clicking below Arthritis Ireland on Facebook Arthritis Ireland on Twitter Arthritis Ireland on YouTube Arthritis Ireland on Google Plus Arthritis Ireland on LinkedIn Quicklinks Information About Arthritis Treatments Care Self Management Arthritis Your Life Booklets Exercise Medical Cards Other Resources Helpline Let s Talk Arthritis Peer Support Self Management Courses About Self Management

    Original URL path: http://www.arthritisireland.ie/?spKey=get_involved.fundraise.jasper.liam_s_story (2016-02-07)
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  • Anna Nolan-Pang (aged 30)
    out of flares all the time It meant I missed a lot of school My mum explained to my teachers about the arthritis but I was never able to tell my friends I was just too embarrassed As far as I was concerned arthritis was an old person s disease so why did I have it Looking back now I wish I d been able to tell people sooner It was only when I took part in the Arthritis Ireland calendar campaign in 2005 that I met other young people with arthritis and I started to gain confidence about being a young girl living with JA After that campaign I wasn t afraid to talk about it anymore It really changed my life Today I m doing OK I d like to say I m great but the arthritis is still there every day Right now I m doing nursing and currently on my placement in St Vincent s Hospital It s hard going but I really do love it Obviously it s quite physical and sometimes the arthritis gets in the way but I m determined to do it Looking back on my childhood now the level of understanding

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  • Peter Boyd (aged 30)
    in space no one can hear you scream Well confronted by fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis no matter how hard I screamed no one saw understood or heard the pain fatigue and exhaustion I was feeling This is where the support of the Living Well with Arthritis course stepped in to help me This self management course introduced me to others with the same problems and who were the same age

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  • Eva Shanahan (aged 5)
    odd but it meant that we had been assigned an area and Eva could get the treatment she needed When you hear the word arthritis you immediately fear that it could consume her whole body because we had heard horror stories You become concerned as to how she is going to live day to day Eva was given joint injections of steroids and also non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs NSAIDs

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  • Carmel Smith (aged 73)
    for me was in my knee The pain was sometimes so bad that it would wake me up in the middle of the night When I went to the doctor I was told I d need both my knees replaced I was 61 at the time and I was determined not to do so Through the years I d heard a lot of horror stories about surgery and I didn t want to put myself through that I persevered for a while but eventually my doctor insisted on the surgery I reluctantly agreed With all of these surgeries you have a period of rehabilitation and I was determined for arthritis not to have a major impact on my life That s why I kept at the physio the whole way through and kept walking I think that made all the difference in the long time success of the surgeries It was something I learned when I did Arthritis Ireland s Living Well with Arthritis self management programme It was there I realised that how you manage your lifestyle can have a big impact on your arthritis It actually inspired me to get involved with Arthritis Ireland because I felt that

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