Sea-Band Hero: Tania Stadsbader
Tania Stadsbader, of Belgium, is a Sea-Band hero! For 15 years she suffered from severe dizzy spells. Although for many years she was misdiagnosed, she never gave up. She was eventually diagnosed with BPPV. A decade ago she had a successful surgery and healed! Since then she has lived an active, healthy life.
Tania has made it her mission to help others. She wrote a book (Dizzy Me) together with the scientist professor. The book helps patients all over the world and educates doctors about the latest information on dizziness. And did you know Dizzy Me has a little sister? Wobbly Wilma: a book for people aged 9-99.
A true hero, she continues to focus on helping others; House4Balance is a new international non-profit association and will soon make its debut.
The non-profit’s mission:
House4Balance. A home 4 dizzies, their loved ones & medical professionals.
● Balance deserves the claim to fame & to become a topic on the agenda.
● A balance needs an overarching platform, providing easily accessible information.
● We speak 4 all: young & old, the sick & the healthy, in multiple languages.
House4Balance’s Vision is to spread knowledge by informing patients, sharing knowledge, best practices and mentions for diagnosis and treatment. The vision is to build upon Dizzy Me’s mission: “Smart doctors for better patient care.”
Tania and her co-Founders are raising funds in an effort to launch House4Balance. Your donation is very welcome on www.dizzyme.eu.
For updates on the program follow and share House4balance on Facebook: (https://m.facebook.com/House4balance-168256270767954/)>
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