5 Years of Joint Connection & Community
The internet fuels people’s ability to connect, trade ideas, and solve problems. For the past 5 years, this has been just our goal here at Psoriatic-Arthritis.com.
We consider ourselves an online community of brave patient stories, connections, and specialized resources for those who live with this chronic condition.
And with a humble perspective, we're just the catalyst here. The courage and shared experiences of those living daily with psoriatic arthritis elevate this community and seamlessly provide meaningful recognition, respect, and support to those who need it.
Finding connection in community, straight from patient leaders
There is no community in the world like the psoriatic arthritis community. Those who live with this painful condition find ways to support each other, offer encouragement and understanding, and make one another feel a little less alone.
This is no different for our advocates - the brave ones who share their personal experiences directly with you.
Long term advocate, Diane shares how the community overall has helped her. While Annelyse shares the emotional healing that came by connecting with the psoriatic community. While Melissa provides insight into the importance of advocacy and honesty.
Here are 5 ways to get involved
We've seen it firsthand. Even the smallest amount of advocacy could make a difference. Whether you're completely new to Psoriatic-arthritis.com, a frequent visitor, or coming back from a hiatus, we've grown so much throughout the past 5 years and have made updates and changes to serve this growing community better going through so much.
We encourage you to get to know our advocates and create a profile. If you're looking for ways to get started, let the 5 items below help you on your journey to emotional comfort and support.
- Create an account on Psoriatic-Arthritis.com
- Share your story
- Participate in our forums
- Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
- Sign up for our newsletter
We would not have gotten this far or made this large of an impact without you. That's right you. You've signed up for our newsletters, you've shared your story, created profiles, and participated in our forums.
In addition to looking for your own support or resources, you've provided it.
Psoriatic arthritis is not an easy condition to manage or live with. We certainly know that. By asking questions, providing answers, and sharing experiences, you have allowed others living with psoriasis to feel less alone. You have made our community exactly what it is - for that, we're grateful.
Were you ever misdiagnosed before being diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis (PsA)?