Facebook and PayPal are matching all donations made through VeDA's Facebook page on Giving Tuesday, November 27th.
The VeDA Heroes Program recognizes people who have gone “above and beyond” in the assistance of vestibular patients.
Champions of Vestibular Medicine help reduce diagnosis times for patients with inner ear & brain balance disorders.
Five new neurotology quality measures created through a multi-disciplinary collaboration.
VeDA awarded scholarships to Alexandria Hudson, Itallia Pacentine, Corey Shayman and Eric Thomas to present their original research at the Northwest Auditory Vestibular Meeting.
#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide.
On Saturday, October 27th the University of Minnesota will host a half-day patient centered conference on vestibular disorders.
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.
Meniere’s Disease attacks two areas of the self: the physical body with dizziness, ringing ears, fullness in the head and hearing loss and the sense of self that we construct inside ourselves; our thinking self, our spirit and our self-esteem.
Doctors do the best they can with medication and surgery to help heal or stabilize the physical symptoms of Meniere’s, but often do little to help rebuild the inner-self. I have learned that I can help myself and trust others to reach out and help me.
Vestibular migraine kept Amanda from her passion - running. Now she's back in the race.