Rosalie

Diagnosed at age 48 and nowhave had RA for 18 years. Both of my knees and wrists have been replaced.

I decided to become a Peer Support Partner to share my experiences, encourage others and to let people know that there is hope.

I work out 3-4 times a week, attend movies and plays, and most importantly live my life!.

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Patients talking about Peer Support

"We met for coffee and talked for 3 hours. We both thought it was nice to talk to someone who gets it. We will try and get together again soon."

- Clare Coco, Peer Support Partner

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"It was nice to share internal thoughts that accompany us on this journey, especially regarding the affects and effects of the medicines and other treatments we have thried or are currently using"

- Elizabeth Benson, a Patient Partner

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