For Wobbly Wednesday there are lots of different events being held to support the Nystagmus Network! Below is a map which displays where all these events are being held and you can read more details by clicking on each marker.
When your child has nystagmus there might be slightly more to think about before you wave goodbye at the school gates than new shoes and homework diaries. Especially in the early years, when your child can’t necessarily advocate for themselves, it can be helpful to plan a meeting with the new teacher either ahead of … Continue reading Nystagmus and the new school term – by Elisheva Sokolic
Our third video blog has been recorded by Steve McKay who is a trustee at the Nystagmus Network! During the video Steve talks about how he took up photography and why he recommends it those people with nystagmus who are looking to start a new hobby.
One of our main objectives at the Nystagmus Network is to provide information and support to the nystagmus community. To achieve this we have been working hard reviewing all of our documents to make sure they are up to date, readily available and appeal to a wide audience. Not only have we have produced brand … Continue reading Check out our new nystagmus booklets!
Our second video blog has been recorded by Sue Ricketts. Sue has been involved with the Nystagmus Network for many years and joined the charity as the Communication and Development Manager in 2015. In the vide Sue talks about her involvement with the charity and how she has seen it grow in strength over the … Continue reading Sue’s journey at the Nystagmus Network
We are delighted to announce that the Nystagmus Network is launching its new blog! Check out the video above which gives you all the information you will need about what we are hoping to achieve through the blog. Remember to keep checking back for the latest post!