A new RNIB guide to outdoor play


The Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB) has recently released a new guide, Messy and Muddy, which explores outdoor play for children living with sight loss. The new guide offers advice for encouraging a child with vision impairment to get ‘messy and muddy’ and how to support natural development in a safe, accessible and … Continue reading A new RNIB guide to outdoor play

Nystagmus and Driving – update


To make sure you know all the facts about driving and nystagmus, please download your free copy of our fully updated information booklet today. DOWNLOAD HERE. Because of the hundreds of questions we are asked every year about nystagmus and driving, we shall be joined this year at Open Day by a medical expert from … Continue reading Nystagmus and Driving – update

Calling university applicants


A guest post on behalf of Rachel, from the University of Birmingham: I am looking for students with vision impairment in the UK who are currently applying for higher education to evaluate some guidance material we have put together. Vouchers for those who take part! Please contact me at r.g.hewett@bham.ac.uk Find out more by clicking … Continue reading Calling university applicants

Patient Information Day at SELVIS


For families, individuals, children and young people, professionals and organisations SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2019 11:00-15:00 London Vision South East, Can Mezzanine 7-14 Great Dover Street, London, SE1 4YR Come along to find out about the new parent network and what’s available, or needed, in your area, and for general information and advice: Eye condition information … Continue reading Patient Information Day at SELVIS

A lesson in nystagmus


The Nystagmus Network has a free to download lesson plan about nystagmus. Designed for use in schools and preschools on Nystagmus Awareness Day or any other day of the year, the aim is to raise awareness of nystagmus and its wider effects and to help a child with nystagmus feel more included in the classroom. … Continue reading A lesson in nystagmus