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Balance Awareness Spirit

Join Seattle Dizzy Group in celebrating Balance Awareness Week & Falls Prevention Awareness Week!

Show Your Dizzy Spirit!

Online Photo/Video Contest & Giveaway

September 18–24, 2022


Show your support for those living with dizziness/imbalance and enter Seattle Dizzy Group’s online contest/giveaway by posting a balance-focused photo or video on social media sharing how you are celebrating Balance Awareness Week and Falls Prevention Awareness Week and helping to raise awareness and make vestibular/balance disorders more “visible” to others.

We will give “Dizzy Spirit Awards” for Wearing the Most Blue for Balance, Most Dizzy Group Spirit, Best Use of Balance Aids, Perseverance, etc.

We would also like to honor an Outstanding Balance Support Person (nominate someone special who helps you).

*Each contest participant will also be entered into a drawing to win giveaway items such as gift cards & Seattle Dizzy Group gear!*

Vestibular Therapy Specialists will send a lucky winner a $25 Amazon gift card!

Have fun! We are very excited to see your creative entries!


Use hashtags #ShowYourDizzySpirit #DizzySpiritAwards #SeattleDizzyGroup and post *publicly* on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram an original photo or short video (5 minutes or less) about how you are celebrating Balance Awareness Week and Falls Prevention Awareness Week and helping to raise awareness and make vestibular/balance disorders more “visible” to others.

(For example, walking for balance, or doing a balance challenge exercise, or dressing for balance awareness, or expressing yourself through artwork, photography, poem, or song, etc. Or, share how you personally strive to find balance or prevent falls, or cope with or overcome vestibular challenges, etc.).

Tag Seattle Dizzy Group and/or send us a message to make sure that we see your entry. We are also happy to receive your photo or video by email:

Contest runs Sunday, September 18th – Saturday, September 24th 2022


-Anyone in the Washington State vestibular/balance disorders community may enter, including supportive friends and family.
-You may submit multiple photos or videos, but will only be entered once into the giveaway drawing.

-By entering our contest, you agree to allow Seattle Dizzy Group to post your submission on our website and/or social media platforms.

Past Winners:

Order Balance Awareness Gear:

***See our Group Calendar for additional activities***

More Information About Balance Awareness Week & Falls Prevention Awareness Week:

Balance Awareness Week:  Vestibular Disorders Association

Falls Prevention Awareness Week:  National Council on Aging

See also, how Seattle Dizzy Group is Making a Difference for Balance Awareness

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  1. […] Balance Awareness Week […]

    • My name is Sharon and I live in Star Idaho. The vestibular nerve in my right ear is 100% non functional. I have been living with this for 9 months now. I have come a long way since then and am trying to settle in to this being a life time balance problem. I am 72 years old and did not see the rest of my life this way. I go to physical therapy now and have two more visits. My brain and my eyes have compensated for the nerve somewhat. I have learned a lot about the job of tracking with my eyes and am fascinated with the connection of eyes and balance. My daughter told me about this sight on the internet and that is how I found you. I don’t see a ton of current activity. I thought there would be more comments from people but maybe this isn’t the place to look. I find it very interesting that there are enough people with this problem that a group has been formed here. To all of you that read this and have this problem I sympathize with you and understand all you endure on a daily basis. Be strong and roll with each day. Fondly Sharon

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