Helpline: Arthritis - Degenerative Support

Online Arthritis Helpline for Family Caregivers
Degenerative arthritis, which is not the same as rheumatoid arthritis, is the most common type of arthritis. It occurs when the cartilage of the joints experience inflammation and then breakdown before finally fading. It affects the hands, spine, feet, knee, and hip joints, creating persistent pain and mobility issues. Unfortunately, there is no cure for arthritis.

As a caregiver for a person who has degenerative arthritis, you need the right information to extend better care to a loved one. ExtendaTouch is an online arthritis helpline where you can break down barriers and get help from people sharing your experience and available to support you.

Degenerative Arthritis Caregiving: Getting the Right Knowledge
Degenerative arthritis caregivers often experience overwhelming emotions and feel exhausted. It is comforting to receive some emotional support at such times. You can meet many real people with similar experiences on our online arthritis helpline. Our platform members can provide you information and ideas about caring for a person with degenerative arthritis.

Our fellow caregivers will tell you stories about how they cared for people with arthritis and what coping strategies they used. You will get not only ideas and valuable information on our support group but also moral support and advice for yourself as a family caregiver.

Caring for People With Degenerative Arthritis
ExtendaTouch’s arthritis network of family caregivers has faith to see positive changes in the lives of every caregiver and people living with arthritis. Everyone here knows that caring for someone with this health problem is a challenging but rewarding experience.

It would help if you kept positive expectations and openness for support from our fellow caregivers. The good news is that you receive support for free and even choose to support others going through similar situations. Thanks to ExtendaTouch, we can rest assured that active outspoken and engaged volunteers will help us conquer arthritis.

When looking after a person with degenerative arthritis, be sure to understand their condition, keep open lines of communication, and provide them with physical and emotional support wherever needed.

Making yourself available as a dependable ally of your loved one in their fight against arthritis will create a big difference in their lives. You can request a contact of our arthritis helpline members here to explore what you can do to help a person with degenerative arthritis.

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