Just in Time: The 2012 Juvenile Arthritis Conference is this July 19th through 22nd

Just in time for Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month is the Arthritis Foundation‘s signature, nationwide event for families affected by juvenile arthritis. This three-day education event focuses on health, wellness and fun for children affected by arthritis, lupus, myositis, ankylosing spondylitis, and other rheumatic diseases. The whole family is invited! Specific educational tracks focus on issues relating to parents, teens/young adults, children affected by arthritis and their siblings.  The conference offers a chance to meet other families going through similar challenges, share stories, learn new techniques for managing juvenile arthritis and have fun!  The conference is July 19th through 22nd at the Marriott St. Louis Union Station, St. Louis, Missouri.

For more information about the conference and how to register please visit www.arthritis.org/ja-conference-2012.php.  For questions please contact Katie Bitner at 404/965-7538 or kbitner@arthritis.orgPlease note that online registration for this event has closed.

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