Thanks to a grant from our friends at the Thomas Pocklington Trust, the Nystagmus Network is delighted to be able to offer parents of children and young people with nystagmus the opportunity to attend one of a brand new series of Parent Power webinars. Each webinar will introduce parents to the special educational needs support … Continue reading Parent Power is back!
Nystagmus Network Vice-chair, Peter Greenwood, was delighted to announce the ‘nystagmus champions’ of 2021 at the end of Open Day party on 25 September. Tyler UrquhartThe Urquhart family are, quite literally, tireless supporters of the Nystagmus Network.This year they walked ran or swam 200km over 30 days. Everyone took part, even the dog!We like to … Continue reading The Nystagmus Champions of 2021
All registered Open Day 2021 delegates are now receiving their copies of the digital event programme. This contains all the links to the pre-recorded presentations and the Zoom invitations to the live workshops, Q+A panels, quiz and networking event. There’s still plenty of time for you to register and take part from 10am on Saturday … Continue reading Open Day digital programme – out now
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting 2020 of the Nystagmus Network will take place virtually, online on Saturday 25 September 2021. Members of the Nystagmus Network have already been notified and will receive the agenda and minutes from the AGM 2019 no less than 14 days in advance.
Nystagmus Network Open Day – Saturday 25 September We promise a packed programme of presentations, inspirational speakers, research updates, videos, workshops, forums, competitions and so much more – all available wherever you are. Plus, you’re warmly invited to join a fabulous live and interactive networking event. The theme for this year is ‘How amazing are you?‘. We’ll be celebrating … Continue reading Register now for Open Day 2021
Aniridia UK will host the European Aniridia Conference online from 31 July to 1 August 2021 The event will combine excellence in aniridia research and clinical practice, plus patient engagement. Highlights include: Talks by: Tony Moore, Cheryl Gregory Evans, Dominique Brémond-Gignac, Christina Grupcheva, Russell Foster, David Price, Daniel Aberdam, Neil Lagali, Ali Djalilian, Julie Daniels, … Continue reading The European Aniridia Conference
Children’s author, Tim Pearce who modestly describes himself as ‘the favourite children’s author you’ve never heard of’ joined the Nystagmus Network earlier this week to lead a fun and inspiring story writing workshop for children. Tim began by sharing his journey to publishing his first book ‘Secret Agent Striker’ and then gave us a sneaky … Continue reading Thank you, Tim
Did you miss the children’s online writing workshop with fabulous children’s author, Helen Rutter? What a shame. That means you didn’t get to hear all about Helen’s inspiration behind her book ‘The Boy Who Made Everyone Laugh’ and you didn’t get to meet her dog, Billy Whizz! Never mind. There are two more workshops still … Continue reading Children’s writing workshops this summer
The annual VIEW conference for QTVIs (Qualified Teachers of Visually Impaired children and young people) is taking place last week and this – virtually. The Nystagmus Network attends every year. In fact this was the last event Sue attended in 2020 before lockdown. Sue’s virtual presentation on nystagmus in the classroom is exciting lots of … Continue reading Sue’s at VIEW
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Nystagmus Network February Parents’ Forum. Homeschooling Although it was Half Term for some, homeschooling was mentioned quite a bit. We talked about requesting modified print versions of online work to reduce the amount of screen time children are exposed to during this time. We loved the … Continue reading Notes from the February Parents’ Forum