Arthritis Ireland is conducting research to gain an understanding of how arthritis impacts the mental health and well-being of people in Ireland. Read more
Reduce your pain and reclaim your life from arthritis by signing up for our online self-management course starting in October 2021. Read more
Donate to Arthritis Ireland and help us to continue providing supports and services to people with arthritis. Read more
The EULAR Edgar Stene Prize 2022 will be awarded to the best essay submitted by a person with arthritis writing about how treating their condition has influenced their hopes for the future. 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.
The pharmaceutical company, Roche, has reported a global shortage of RoActemra (tocilizumab), due to an increase in demand which outweighs current production capabilities. Read more
Arthritis Ireland has joined the Axial Spondyloarthritis International Federation (ASIF), an international membership organisation representing 50 patient associations around the world. Read more
The draw for our Spring Raffle was hosted in Arthritis Ireland offices on 30 June. With great excitement we contacted our three winners yesterday afternoon! Read more