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Donate Now! Text VEST18 £4 to 70070. The text message is free and all of your donation will be passed to the Ménière’s Society.
Dates for your Diary:
Dizziness and Balance Awareness Week 8-12 October 2012
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an awareness pack and find out how you can get involved.
Ménière's Society Annual Conference Saturday 13 October 2012
Email email@example.com for further details and to book your place.
by Professor L Yardley
To obtain copies of these booklets, please email or call us on 0845 120 2975.
The Ménière’s Society is a UK registered charity dedicated solely to supporting people with Ménière’s disease and other vestibular disorders causing dizziness and imbalance. The Society provides information to patients and those who care for them, health professionals and the general public.
With over 25 years experience providing information to those affected by vestibular disorders, the Ménière’s Society helps people source specialists in their local area, publishes a quarterly magazine, Spin, and factsheets on a variety of subjects (e.g. driving, surgery and vestibular rehabilitation) and provides a telephone information line during working hours. Peer support is also encouraged.
The Ménière's Society is a registered charity no. 297246.
The Ménière's Society was founded in 1984 by Mrs Marie Nobbs MBE to support people with Ménière's disease and those who care for them. The Society acquired charitable status in 1987 and by 1995 membership had grown to 2,200. With increased publicity about Ménière's disease and the improved services the Society offers, membership is now around 5000. The Society's members are found in all parts of the UK, with a small number from other countries including Ireland, Spain, Australia and the USA.
Imperial College London Healthcare NHS Trust with support from the Ménière's Society is conducting a clinical research trial on treating recurring unilateral (one-sided) Ménière's disease. Visit www.menierestudy.co.uk for further details.