From in-person support groups to online support groups to social media "groups" - vestibular patients are connecting with their peers in many ways.
Danielle Tate represented VeDA during RDLA's Rare Disease Week on Capitol Hill.
Many thanks to Marjorie & Juluis Schnapp - their legacy will improve the lives of millions of vestibular patients today and in years to come.
VeDA would like to honor the memory of Marjorie Schnapp, a long-time member who recently passed away. Marjorie’s late husband, Julius, ensured her care through a charitable remainder trust, a portion of which was bequeathed to VeDA.
US Embassy workers in Cuba have reported unusual noises, which have resulted in dizziness, nausea, severe headaches, balance problems and tinnitus.
The Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) announces the annual VeDA Champion of Vestibular Medicine Award initiative to increase awareness of vestibular disorders that affect the inner ear and brain. 2017 award recipients include David Zee, MD, Richard Clendaniel, PhD, and Jeffrey Staab, MD, MS.
A New Image Reflects Our Strength and Stability Together
VeDA asked patients to share information about their symptoms and VeDA's role in supporting the vestibular community.
To maintain balance and navigate space in our physical world, we must organize and integrate information from the visual (eyes), proprioceptive (information perceived through our muscles and joints to tell us where we are in space) and vestibular (inner ears sensing motion, equilibrium and spatial awareness) systems.
The Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) announces the annual VeDA Champion of Vestibular Medicine Award initiative to increase awareness of vestibular disorders that affect the inner ear and brain.
VeDA and The Mighty - both building a community around people facing chronic illness.