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Independent living and arthritis

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Series : Arthritis Care

Published : 2017
Page Length : 36
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Arthritis Care

Achieving the level of independence you want can be a challenge if you have arthritis.This booklet looks at how to overcome these barriers to independent living by managing your condition, organising your life both inside and outside the home and, if necessary, enlisting help from friends, family and professionals. Everyone's arthritis affects them in different ways, therefore not all the examples given in this booklet will be appropriate. But there are plenty of ideas that might be able to help.


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