Childrens Chronic Arthritis Association | CCAA

Survey participants needed!

There are currently 2 surveys and research projects that we are encouraging people like you to get involved in. You can read more below and click on the links to find out how you can take part.


1. Project Title: Are you aged between 18-30 years old and were diagnosed with a Rheumatic disease as a child? - Survey Extended

Could you help further research into the transition of Rheumatology patients?

Click here to see how you can get involved.


2. Project Title: Top concerns of young people living with JIA

The burden of living with a long term health condition is stressful for any individual. However, for young people, living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) is a particular challenge as they grow and mature into adults.

This piece of research is led by Simon Stones and Catherine Wright, consumer representatives with the NIHR/Arthritis Research UK Paediatric Rheumatology clinical studies group.

Click here to take the survey and find out more.



CCAA Family Support Weekend's 2015

Find out more about the CCAA Family Support weekends which are organised for the children and families that are dealing with the effects of JIA.



Fundraising for CCAA

Read about some of the fantastic fundraising challenges and events people have done for the charity and find out more about donations.

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We can't do it without your help

With your help and support the CCAA can continue to help children and families coping with the effects of JIA. You can TEXT CCAA01 £(insert amount you wish to donate here) to 70070 to donate or click on the DONATE button below.





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The CCAA is a registered charity (No. 1004200) run by parents and professionals

General Secretary: Caroline L Cox, Ground Floor, Amber Gate City Wall Road, Worcester WR1 2AH
Tel: +44 (0)1905 745 595 | Fax: +44 (0)1905 745 703 | Email:

Patron: Prof. P Woo PHD. FRCP. FRCPCH
Patron: Prof. T Southwood BM. BS. FRCAP. FRDP. FRECPCH.
Patron: Dr N Hasson MB, ChB, FRCPCH.