Kids Get Arthritis Too Tag

Putting on socks, opening the fridge, tucking in the sheets, climbing stairs; not your average, everyday challenges – unless of course, you are diagnosed with juvenile arthritis.  Shelley Rose Pomeroy Cook was diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis at age four and has been living with the disease for most of her life.  Her case is a unique one though because she spends her time split between America, her home country, and Switzerland, where her parents are based for work.  Living on two continents has shown Shelley two varying sides of living with arthritis and has made her a worldlier person.