Posted by: Chelsea Hampton | May 14, 2013

Arthritis Resources – Information and Support is Available!


From online tracking tools to brochures and websites, there are resources for living with arthritis for just about anyone! Listed below are some of the many arthritis resources available.


  • Arthritis Weather Index – This handy online tool from the Arthritis Foundation® helps to predict potential joint pain based on local weather conditions. Check it out here.
  •  Track + React – This online program from the Arthritis Foundation®  tracks a variety of factors including physical activity, sleep, nutrition, and arthritis symptoms, so that the correlation between symptoms and other factors can then be viewed over time in the results section. The easy-to-use tracking program provides results in a graph of all data recorded. Check out Track + React here.   
  • Solutions for Living Series from Wyoming AgrAbility – Wyoming AgrAbility offers a variety of informative publications related to health and injury prevention, including the Solutions for Living series. This publication highlights adaptive tools, protective equipment, and solutions for addressing everyday tasks to promote continued independence. The Solutions for Living Series can be viewed on the Publications page of the Wyoming AgrAbility website here.  
  • Arthritis and Agriculture: A Guide to Understanding and Living with Arthritis – This booklet is available online and through AgrAbility, and addresses the different aspects of arthritis within the agricultural community. Topics discussed include arthritis management, types of arthritis, self-care, and more. View this publication here
  • Arthritis & Agriculture – Part of a collaborative partnership between the National AgrAbility Project and the Arthritis Foundation-Indiana Chapter, this website provides information on arthritis and its impact on agricultural workers, types of arthritic conditions, symptom management, and more. Check out the site here.

This information is provided courtesy of the Wyoming AgrAbility Project. For more information, visit our website or call toll-free at 866-395-4986.


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