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Minister urges employers to make workplace adjustments for people with arthritis

The Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work, Sarah Newton, has called on employers across the country to make workplace adjustments for people with arthritis and related conditions.

Research explores link between mental health and rheumatoid arthritis

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A new study has gone further towards ensuring people living with both rheumatoid arthritis and mental health problems get the best treatment for them.

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MPs learn more about aids and adaptations

On the 11th July we organised a Parliamentary event to discuss our new report ‘Room to Manoeuvre’. It was attended by the Minister of State at the Department of Health and Social Care Caroline Dinenage, Shadow Minister for Social Care and Mental Health Barbara Keeley, and Shadow Minister for Public Health Sharon Hodgson, alongside numerous MPs and stakeholders.

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Report reveals people with arthritis are missing out on vital support in their homes

People with arthritis are missing out on aids and adaptations they are entitled to from local authorities, putting their independence and safety at risk and placing an unnecessary financial burden on families, warns a new report from Arthritis Research UK.

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