Find support near you

In this section...

- Local Groups
- Contact a Member
- Health professionals in my region
- International Groups

Local groups

The local support groups are a great way to meet others with a vestibular disorder, to share hints and tips, experiences, gain mutual support and, in some cases, hear from expert speakers.

Groups are set up by members, health professionals and/or related organisations. They are run autonomously from, but with the support of, the Ménière’s Society. 

Contact the Meniere's Society for further information or click on the group name below to email the group direct for more information. Please note some email links are external and go direct to the group, others have requested contact comes via the Meniere's Society and we forward the message on. 

Please contact our Groups Coordinator if you would like more information about starting a group. You can also download a copy of our starting a group factsheet.

ENGLAND

- Buckinghamshire - Amersham Meniere's & Tinnitus Support Group
Cambridgeshire (Cambridge)
Devon (Exeter)
Essex (Braintree) - meets first Saturday of each month at 11am.
- Hampshire (Basingstoke)
- Hampshire (South) - Solent Support Group NEW GROUP
- Hampshire (Winchester) NEW GROUP
- Kent (Canterbury) NEW GROUP
- Manchester - Manchester Meniere's Support Group
- Norfolk (East Dereham)
- Northamptonshire (Northampton)
- Staffordshire (Stoke-on-Trent)
- Suffolk - see Essex (Braintree)
- Surrey (Guildford)
- Sussex, East (Eastbourne)
- Tyne & Wear (Newcastle) - NE1 Dizzy
- Wiltshire (Swindon) Foggys  (external group/website)
- Yorkshire, East
- Yorkshire, North (Harrogate) - Yorkshire Spinners Dizziness and Balance Group -        meets third Thursday of each month 2pm-4pm

Northern Ireland

- County Down (Bangor)

Republic of Ireland

- Dublin - Meniere's Support Group Dublin

Scotland

Please contact us for more information about starting a group in Scotland.

Wales

Please contact us for more information about starting a group in Wales.

Group leaders

A very big thank you to all the local group leaders who give their time voluntarily to running the group. 
 
Please contact our Groups Coordinator to:
- update your group's details on our website, in Spin and/or other Society publications.
- request poster and leaflets
- any other enquiries.

Contact a member

Contact with others can help to significantly reduce related worries and tensions about living with the effects of Ménière’s disease and vestibular conditions. The Meniere’s Society contact list gives details of other members enabling you to make local contacts for mutual support. Members ‘opt in’ to include their details on the list. This list is available on request to members only. Please contact us to receive a copy of the list.

If you are a member of the Society and would like to be added to the contact list, please download and complete the contact list application form.

Health professionals in my region

Download a list of health professionals who specialise in vestibular conditions/balance. Listed A-Z by county. The Ménière’s Society is unable to recommend an individual consultant/health professional.

International Groups

Visit the websites of our international counterparts for more information:

AMMI (Italy)
ATEVERMA (Spain)
Ménière Vlaanderen
NVVS (The Netherlands)
Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA)
Whirled Foundation (Australia)

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