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Community and Internet Resources

Community: On-line Disability Communities: Disability Specific:

Vestibular Disorder

Includes Dizziness, Inner Ear Disorder and Meniere's Syndrome.
New Horizons Un-Limited Community Forum and Topic Discussion Boards is our on-line disability community forum here at New Horizons Un-Limited. The link above will take you to our NHU Community Forum's Welcome Pages. Our NHU Community Forum enables you to post messages, use instant messaging, Share Your Knowledge, Tell Us What You Think, Review a Resource, post classifieds, and more. The following link will take you to our NHU Community Forum for people experiencing Vestibular Disorder .
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Meniere's Forum & Message Board is a website with some very basic information about Meniere’s Disease and other vestibular disorders. The Message Board is an integral part of the Forum that people with vestibular disorders can use to communicate with each other. It can be accessed from a couple of links on the home page. (If you have trouble accessing the Message Board, try holding down the shift key when you click on a link.) You can read other people’s messages or leave your own on the Message Board. You will have to register to leave your own message. This message board appears to be created by a person wanting to share their personal experience of living with Meniere's Disease with others and offering this sharing process to others through this website.


Dizzytimes.com is an on-line forum for people to share their experiences with vestibular disorders. Sign up as a member and you can read other people's comments and/or leave your own. The material people submit is divided by categories. These include sections on labyrinthitis and vestibular neuronitis, BPPV, other vestibular conditions, anxiety and depression, diet, medicine, employment, and a section about success stories. "The Lounge" is for discussing anything. There are also sections for discussing adult subjects, for jokes, to chat, to meet other dizzys, and a few others. The website is designed so that a person can see what the topic of each message in a category is and find those messages he/she really wants to read. This website is fairly complex, but easy to get around. It is easier to navigate than to explain. Anyone interested in learning more about other people's experiences with dizziness should take a look at this website. The members include 2 administrators and a number of moderators. A list of these can be found by clicking on "The moderating team" on a tool bar near the bottom of the home page. A message can be left by clicking on "PM" at the end of the line for each person. The administrators and most of the moderators live in the United Kingdom. One is located in Ireland and one in British Columbia, Canada. Information found by members about other resources is submitted under "Links" in the same format as other comments.

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