You can find a wealth of information on our main site, spondylitis.org as well. From research articles to electronic versions of our monthly newsletter, you can find it all. Below are some examples of the resources we have to offer.
Setting Children with JSpA Up for Academic Success
There’s a lot for parents and students to know when it comes to school accommodations and transitioning from high school to college. College counselor Mary Ann Poladian gives a comprehensive primer in this article, which was featured in our Fall 2022 issue of Spondylitis Plus.Download the article
Mental Health and JSpA: Our Kids’ Wellness and Our Own
Parents and caregivers who care for a child with a chronic illness like juvenile spondyloarthritis (JSpA) know it impacts the whole family. Belen Diaz de Leon-Gonzalez, MSW, offers unique perspective and tips as both a social worker and a parent of a young adult with AS.Download the article
Juvenile Spondyloarthritis: The Latest in Treatment and Research
Read the latest on the understanding, treatment, and management of JSpA, and get an update on the most recent research from leading pediatric rheumatologist Pamela Weiss, MD, MSCE. This article was featured in our Summer 2022 issue of Spondylitis Plus.Download the article
A Mother's Story
Getting diagnosed with Juvenile Spondyloarthritis can be a difficult time for both patient and parent. Read two mothers' perspectives on living and caring for children with JSpA.Download the article
JSpA: An Updated Overview
Learn more about Juvenile Spondyloarthritis, including in-depth information about classifications, treatment recommendations, and what to expect in a child with JSpA. This article was featured in our Spring 2015 issue of Spondylitis Plus.Download the article
Triathlon for AS
There are many different ways you can raise awareness for JSpA. Read Sallie Marx's story on how she sought to inspire fellow patients and bring light to this disease through her athletic accomplishment.Read More
Guide to Juvenile Spondyloarthritis for Parents
This hour long webinar, hosted by Rheumatologist Pamela Weiss, MD, MSCE, covers in depth information on JSpA, including the various forms, key features, and treatments.
This series of videos was created as a fun, shareable way to highlight certain aspects of spondyloarthritis and SAA. The topics range from the symptoms of spondyloarthritis, to discussing how you can help raise awareness, and fundraise for SAA.