Track + React Tool

Your Day-by-Day Arthritis Wellness Tool

Track + React Tool
  • Reveal which activities impact your arthritis
  • Makes tracking your health easy

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Staying Active

Physical activity offers big benefits for kids with juvenile arthritis. Here’s how to get – and keep – your child active.

Healthy Eating

Symptoms can take a toll on your child’s appetite, but eating a balanced, nutritious diet will help manage JA’s effects.

Family Life

When a child has JA, it’s easy for other siblings to feel left out or for parents to neglect their own needs. Learn how to avoid those traps.

Social & School Issues

Making friends and starting middle school and high school can be tough for kids with JA. Here’s how to help them succeed.

Educational Rights & Resources

Kids with JA have a right to certain accommodations at school. Learn how to make a 504 plan – and how to discuss it with teachers.

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Help your child make the transition from kid with JA to young adult with JA.

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