Posted by: seattledizzygroup | August 31, 2015

Help Raise Awareness and Show Your Support

Save These Dates to Help Raise Awareness & Show Your Support in September!

September 14-20, 2015 is Balance Awareness Week!

The goal of the Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA) for Balance Awareness Week is to “Defeat Dizziness” by reducing the time it takes to diagnose a vestibular disorder. This is a great opportunity to help raise awareness for vestibular and balance disorders and show your support for people living with chronic dizziness and imbalance. 

Helpful information to share with others:

Raise Balance Awareness

Balance Awareness Facts, Figures & Trivia

To learn more about vestibular and balance disorders, visit:


Celebrate Balance Awareness Week with Seattle Dizzy Group!

Join us for our  Fifth Annual Walk for Balance Event on Saturday, September 19, 2015 at Green Lake. Come support a good cause, meet great people, and “Walk a Mile in Dizzy Shoes” with us!

Event details:


Wear Blue for Balance! Gear Up to Show Your Support:


September 28-October 4, 2015 is Invisible Illness Awareness Week!

Nearly 1 in 2 people have a chronic condition in the U.S. and about 96% of those people are suffering silently with an “invisible” illness (that does not have obvious visible signs of illness).  Unfortunately, people living with an “invisible” chronic illness such as a vestibular or balance disorder are often misunderstood and stigmatized by society, including being negatively perceived as not sick, exaggerating, lazy, drunk, unintelligent, etc.  Get involved to help make a difference!

Chronic Illness Facts

10 Ways to Make Your Invisible Illness Visible

3 Challenges of Being An Illness Advocate 

More info:

Walk for Balance TM

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Providing support & community for people living with chronic dizziness & imbalance -- in Seattle & beyond

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