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BEqualise: A Wellness App for People with Dizziness, Vertigo, and Imbalance From a Vestibular Disorder

BEqualise: the holistic wellness app for people with dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance from a vestibular disorder An App for the Vestibular Community BEqualise if Free for a Limited Time Only Living with vestibular disorders can

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Products for People With Dizziness

So, you’re dizzy and you don’t know what to do. The first step is to find a healthcare specialist so you can learn what is causing your dizziness. Your physician may refer you for diagnostic

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What is the Best App for People With Dizziness, Imbalance, and Vertigo

There’s an app for that. Mobile apps focused on health and fitness help users track their physical activity, monitor their diet, set fitness goals, and access workout routines So what does an app designed for

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Patient Empowerment

By Brenda Washington, LMSW, ACSW - Macro and Micro My name is Brenda and I am a long-time volunteer with VeDA. My current position is on the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee. After a recent

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Motorist Disorientation Syndrome

By Christine Strange, AuD Motorist Disorientation Syndrome(1) (MDS) also referred to as Motorist’s Vestibular Disorientation Syndrome (2) are terms proposed to describe spatial disorientation (SD) specifically experienced when driving an automobile.  Spatial awareness is primarily the

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2022 Year End Summary

what a year! Here are just some of the things that were accomplished in 2022 thanks to the generosity of those who volunteered and/or donated to the Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA). Life Rebalanced Live Our

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What Does DEI Mean?

The Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) strives to create an inclusive community where everyone feels valued, represented, and respected. We recognize that our community is diverse and so are the needs and aspirations of the people

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VeDA Announces French Association

VeDA Partners with French Advocates to Raise Awareness & Expand Access to Information The Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) recently signed an agreement with the Association des Désordres Vestibulaires (ADeV), a newly formed French patient advocacy

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World Orphan Drug Congress, 2021

Rochelle Matheson represents VeDA at the World Orphan Drug Congress “As we know, the rare disease area has historically been distinguished by unique challenges, but also incredible triumphs. Particularly because of advancements in precision medicine

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How Has the Nature of Patient Support Changed?

From in-person support groups to online support groups to social media "groups" - vestibular patients are connecting with their peers in many ways. Before the internet the only way for vestibular patients to connect with

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VeDA Volunteer Goes to D.C.

Danielle Tate represented VeDA during RDLA's Rare Disease Week on Capitol Hill. Danielle is a physical therapist and a volunteer member of VeDA's Advocacy Committee.  Recently, she had the opportunity to join other rare disease advocates

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Giving Tuesday

This is an out-of-date post that remains published for archival reasons only. The matching campaign described has finished. Please visit https://vestibular.org/gt for up-to-date Giving Tuesday info. Facebook and PayPal are matching all donations made through

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