Young Adults Chill & Chat Program

Navigating life with arthritis presents its own unique challenges, especially for young adults (18 – 35 years). That’s why we've developed the Chill & Chat program—an evolving platform designed to offer a safe and welcoming space where you can connect and share experiences.

Why should I join?

Connect: Build lasting relationships with people who understand your journey.

Share: Gain valuable insights and practical advice from those who have been in your shoes.

Engage: Each session will feature a different activity or theme, ensuring a fresh and enriching experience each time you attend.

Next Event

Join us at our next Chill and Chat session for an engaging presentation and Q&A with Amanda Burdett, an accredited Exercise Physiologist with extensive experience. Currently, Amanda lectures at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) within the School of Sport, Exercise, and Rehabilitation, where she integrates academic knowledge with practical application.

This session is designed specifically for young adults with arthritis, emphasising the essential role of exercise in managing and improving their condition. Amanda will offer valuable, practical advice, drawing from her deep knowledge and experience in exercise physiology.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to gain insights from a seasoned professional in the field. This event aims to equip young adults facing the challenges of arthritis with the knowledge and tools necessary to enhance their health through targeted exercise strategies.


Date: Wednesday, 29 May
Time: 5:30 – 6:30pm
Location: Online via zoom
Theme: Exercise Physiology Expert

*This program is being coordinated by Arthritis NSW. You will be re-directed to the Arthritis NSW registration form. 

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