We're hiring for a services manager! The post holder will be responsible for leading and strategically developing our services to people with arthritis and increasing our reach to this community. Read more
Breaking the Pain Cycle is a free workshop designed to help you understand your pain and identify ways to better manage it by developing your personal pain management plan. Places are now available for our December courses. Read more
We’ve just launched our Winter Raffle and in addition to our traditional raffle packs, which will be out in the post, you can now purchase raffle tickets online. Support a great cause and be in with a chance to win cash prizes. Click to buy your Winter Raffle tickets today! Read more
Inflammation Nation is a podcast from Arthritis Ireland aimed at increasing awareness and understanding of arthritis and related conditions. Read more
Enabling people to live full and active lives
The six-week, adapted exercise programme, Be Active with Arthritis, is now available online. Courses are free, but places are limited.
This exercise programme is suitable for people with mild to moderate arthritis. It includes warm-up & cool-down, flexibility & strengthening exercises.
Our helpline and online support is a confidential service that can provide you with support on a whole range of issues.
A series of free online pain management workshops will be delivered by Arthritis Ireland in December. The workshops are open to anyone living with arthritis or a related condition, such as fibromyalgia or lupus. Read more
Arthritis Ireland has launched a new podcast series, Inflammation Nation, for people living with arthritis. The series will feature national and international guests discussing the latest research in rheumatology, as well as looking at how arthritis can affect work, relationships and how people can better manage their condition. Read more
A hurling legend and a writer and geologist are sharing their personal stories to raise awareness of a form of inflammatory arthritis than can take up to eight years to diagnose in Ireland. Read more