A new research project is being undertaken at Moorfields Eye Hospital and University College London. The aim of the study is to understand better the visual abilities of people with congenital nystagmus, with a particular focus on visual crowding, a phenomenon which occurs when an object that is visible in isolation becomes impossible to recognise … Continue reading New research project on visual crowding in CIN
As we all go into 2017, are you looking for a new opportunity to give your energy, time, skills and talent to support the Nystagmus Network? We need people to join our team of volunteer Trustee to guide and direct the Nystagmus Network. Trustees have particular legal responsibilities under charity law. The skills, talent and … Continue reading Want to become a trustee at the Nystagmus Network?
Today we are excited to officially announce our new volunteers at the Nystagmus Network! Earlier this year we started a recruitment drive to find people who were passionate and committed to supporting the nystagmus community as part of our peer-to-peer support model. The charity was inundated with applications, ranging from adults with nystagmus to healthcare … Continue reading Meet our new Nystagmus Network volunteers!
The Nystagmus Network is on the look out for more volunteers to help us support our growing community! We believe that a peer-to-peer support model will make a huge impact on everyone in the nystagmus community. This model is based on support being provided by people who understand the impact of nystagmus on the various … Continue reading Volunteer for the Nystagmus Network