Welcome to Balance Awareness Week 2021
This week is Balance Awareness Week! We'll be updating each day with what's going on. Also, check out our social pages on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for further updates. Many thanks for your support.
DAY FIVE (23/09/21) - THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY: SHARE YOUR STORY
We want to hear your inspirational stories. Has something good come out of your diagnosis? Did you find a light at the end of the tunnel after being diagnosed with a vestibular condition? Maybe you’ve ended up in your dream job as a result. Share via social media or email us and we can help share it for you!
DAY FOUR (22/09/21) - WEAR-IT WEDNESDAY
Wear your Ménière’s Society t-shirt, pin badge or wristband (or all three!) with pride to help us spread the word. Wear them all week if you can! Share your pictures with us via our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Raising awareness doesn't just take place during Balance Awareness Week, so if you don't get a chance to share your photos this week, send them when you do...we'd love to see who will be the furthest from our office wearing one of our t-shirts, or will you be in the most unusual place?
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DAY THREE (21/09/21) - TELL-IT TUESDAY
Do you talk about your vestibular condition? Today, we’re encouraging everyone to tell a friend, relative or colleague about vestibular disorders! Whether you share a post or tell them face to face, tell them why supporting Balance Awareness Week 2021 is important to you. Ask them to pass it on to raise even more awareness. Use email and social media to get the word out too. Encourage your friends and family to like and follow our Facebook page to find out even more
DAY TWO (20/09/21) - BLUE MONDAY
The idea is simple, just wear something blue, at work or at home and share a photo with us in the comments below. We're encouraging everyone who takes part to donate £1 (or more if you wish!) to the Meniere's Society to help support our work further.
DAY ONE (19/09/21) - BALANCE AWARENESS WEEK STARTS TODAY!
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