RAAW | 13 – 18 September 2021

Get involved with RA Awareness Week 2021! Help us spread awareness by sharing your RA stories and using the hashtag #RAAW2021

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Physical & Mental Wellbeing

Following on from the great success of RAAW 2020, and the ongoing impact of the pandemic, this year’s RA Awareness Week will be focusing on Mental and Physical Wellbeing. We want to help many more living with RA improve their self-management techniques, try something new, and get involved with the RA community. We have a wide variety of sessions, and a range of experts who are here to help you, there is something for everyone!

Help spread the word about RA Awareness Week on social media using #OurMindsRApriority and #RAAW2021. Don’t forget to tag us in your posts!

NRAS will be hosting a week-long series of free online Wellbeing sessions

Evidence gathered by the NHS suggests that these are the 5 steps to Mental Wellbeing and the NRAS sessions give you access to all: 

✅ Connect with other people

✅ Be physically active

✅ Learn new skills

✅ Give to others

✅ Pay attention to the present moment (mindfulness)

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Your NRAS Wellbeing Experts this year

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From 2013 to now…

Since the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS) was founded in 2001, one of our key aims is to raise public understanding and awareness of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) as distinct from other forms of arthritis. Whilst we have come a long way, there still remains a significant challenge in clarifying the misconceptions based around RA. In 2013, NRAS started a campaign called Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week (RAAW) to raise awareness of the condition and eliminate these misconceptions by educating and informing friends, families, employers of those with RA and the general population about what rheumatoid arthritis truly is.

NRAS in 2020

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