Many of our referral programs support the organizations below to further their mission to improve the lives of patients suffering from vestibular disorders.  Please take a look below and let us know if we should add any to the list.

OrganizationMissionDisciplines
AAO-HNS FoundationFunding research opportunities, humanitarian and international programs, and improving quality and patient care outcomes that would not otherwise be possible.ENT
AIB FoundationMission: To provide for the care of children and adults with balance disorders and the education of those who serve themPhysical Therapy; ENT; Functional Neurology; Audiology; Neuro-Optometry; Occupational Therapy; Otolaryngology; Otology; Otoneurology; Neurotology; Neurology; Chiropractic; Osteopathy
American Chiropractic FoundationThe American Chiropractic Foundation (ACF) promotes education, science/evidence-based practice and charityFunctional Neurology; Chiropractic
American Hearing Research FoundationMaking new discoveries possible for more than 60 years. AHRF funds novel research to better understand and overcome hearing and balance disorders of the inner earENT; Audiology; Otology
Balance & Dizziness CanadaOur mission is to support, inspire and educate those affected by balance and dizziness disorders and to develop awareness of the issues surrounding these disorders.Physical Therapy; Functional Neurology; ENT; Audiology; Neuro-Optometry; Occupational Therapy; Otolaryngology; Otology; Otoneurology; Neurotology; Neurology; Chiropractic; Osteopathy
Brain & Spine FoundationThe Brain & Spine Foundation is the only UK-wide charity providing information and support for every one of the over 470 neurological disorders which affect 1 in 6 people in the UK.Audiology; Neuro-Optometry; Occupational Therapy; Otolaryngology; Otology; Otoneurology; Neurotology; Neurology; Osteopathy; Chiropractic; Physical Therapy; Functional Neurology; ENT
Foundation for Physical Therapy ResearchThe Foundation for Physical Therapy Research funds research and develops researchers to optimize movement and health. Now celebrating 40 years as an independent 501(c)(3) charitable organization, the Foundation has grown to provide more than $1,000,000 in funding each year to promising research and researchers.Physical Therapy
MdDS Foundationhe MdDS Balance Disorder Foundation is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation. The Foundation promotes global awareness of Mal de Débarquement Syndrome (MdDS) while advocating for those living with MdDS and seeking treatments and a cure for people suffering from this rare neurological disorderFunctional Neurology; Physical Therapy; ENT; Audiology; Neuro-Optometry; Occupational Therapy; Otolaryngology; Otology; Otoneurology; Neurotology; Neurology; Chiropractic; Osteopathy
The Fund to Promote Awareness of OTThe Fund To Promote Awareness of Occupational Therapy is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, committed to ongoing resource development to support targeted education, research, and professional development opportunities that will increase the public’s understanding of occupational therapy. The Fund exists to achieve greater understanding, availability, and use of occupational therapy and to promote the profession’s contributions to health, wellness, participation, productivity, and quality of life in society.Occupational Therapy
The Physical Therapy Fund (APTA)The Physical Therapy Fund (PT Fund) was established in 1993. It includes the Minority Scholarship Fund and the Dimensions of Diversity Fund.Physical Therapy; Audiology; Neuro-Optometry; Occupational Therapy; Otolaryngology; Otoneurology; Otology; Neurotology; Neurology; Chiropractic; Osteopathy; Functional Neurology; ENT
VeDA (Vestibular Disorder Association)We envision a world where vestibular disorders are widely understood, rapidly diagnosed, and effectively treated so patients can restore balance and regain life. VeDA supports both patients and clinicians through education, support groups, member directory, and advocacy. Physical Therapy; Occupational Therapy; Otolaryngology; Neurology; Otoneurology; Chiropractic; Neuro-Optometry; Neurotology; Otology; Audiology; Functional Neurology; ENT; Osteopathy