We encourage self-care and care co-ordination
Rheumatoid Disease, Lupus and JIA
Carers and Supporters
Rheumatoid Disease, Lupus and JIA
Rheumatoid Disease, Lupus and JIA

For You

  • Join a group that understands
  • Learn about your condition
  • Participate in trials
  • Focus on health and fitness not illness and drugs
  • Lower inflammation with food
  • Help for carers
  • Be less isolated

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activity reporting

Share your story

Tell your story so we can help connect you with others with similar stories

activity information management

Health & Diet

You can track your every day activities on DragonClaw to see how you progress

activity partnership

Connect with others like you

We'll help you connect with other members like you

cluster protection

Information just for you

No more sifting through the web to find the information that is meant for you. We do it for you

knowledge transfer

Share your knowledge

Tell others what helps you, what doesn't help you or any information you find useful


We take privacy very seriously

We know that this is sensitive information and we take every measure to protect your data


Encouraging self-care and care co-ordination to reduce isolation and stress

The concept behind Dragon Claw is radical in that it promotes patient centric self-care and



From the UK: The RA Self Management Programme (RASMP) is free for all RA patients and is currently taking place at the following hospital.  The programme will


Know Your Disease

Take control of your disease and demand to learn something about your condition. Being part of a group with a common issue is helpful and you want to find


Our Patron Dr. Mukesh Haikerwal

 dr haikerwal  

Dr Mukesh Haikerwal is a General Medical Practitioner in Melbourne, Victoria. He was the 19th Federal President of the Australian Medical Association, its Federal Vice President and, prior to that AMA Victorian State President.

He is a Professor in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia. He is also a board member of Beyond Blue, National Doctors’ Mental Health Program and a Co-Chair of the Australian Asian Medical Federation.  He sits on the Advisory Board of Brain Injury Australia and has recently been appointed to Chair the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

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