Members' Newsletter: June/July 2024

Thank you for continuing your membership of the Ménière's Society for a further year, we really appreciate your support.

Planning for the Future

Leaving a legacy to the Ménière’s Society is a lasting gift to a cause that is important to you during your lifetime. Not only will you help us with continuing our day-to-day work, your gift can also help us plan for the charity’s future. We are pleased to partner with two organisations who can help with writing and/or updating your will. They can also assist, should you wish to donate to us too.

Online Sessions

Did you know, the Ménière’s Society hosts monthly online meetings to help people find out more about vestibular conditions and how to manage them? The sessions give you the chance to make contact and chat with others about what you're going through and what can be done to help. View dates of forthcoming meetings and register for a session here.

"I found it very useful and interesting to find out how other people are affected and how they cope with it. I am sure it will help me deal with the condition in future and I will join in with future meetings."

Balance Awareness Week 2024

This years balance awareness week will be taking place 15-21 September. We encourage members, supporters, health professionals, in fact, anyone with an interest in vestibular disorders, to take part. You can get involved in our activities or run your own event. Please visit our website page for more information

Share our Posts

If you're not already following us on our social media pages, please check out our Facebook, X (Twitter), Instagram and LinkedIn. We post regularly with supporter questions and our ‘Let’s Talk Friday’. To view our Facebook page you do not need an account, however, if you would like to make a comment, an account will be required.

Participants needed for Research Projects

There are several research projects currently recruiting participants. Current studies are seeking participants with a diagnosis of PPPD; Ménière’s; and those that experience dizziness. Some studies are specifically looking for participants in the Birmingham area, Manchester and the South-West of England. Please visit our website to take part and find out more information about the studies, including eligibility criteria.

Please give us your feedback

We do hope you are happy with your membership. To help us improve our services and ensure you receive the information you want from us, please complete our short feedback form.

If you have any questions about your membership or would like to chat with our team, please call us on 01306 876883 or email us: