Researchers from the University of Leicester have identified a new way of predicting the future vision of children with infantile nystagmus. The research, published in the journal Ophthalmology has developed a grading system for retinal development in infants and young children with the condition, providing an important tool for ophthalmologists to determine their future vision. … Continue reading How well will my child see?
Children aged between 8 and 11 years old who live with a visual impairment are three times more likely to develop a mental health problem than children with no visual impairment, according to new research. The Nystagmus Network has been aware of this for a long time and always highlights the social and emotional aspects … Continue reading Visual impairment and mental health
The Nystagmus Network is considering organising a theatre experience for children and young people with nystagmus and their families, in partnership with Mousetrap Theatre Projects. The day would include a drama workshop, touch tour of the theatre (where children get to see costumes and props up close) and tickets for a London show. It would … Continue reading Mousetrap Theatre Experience, London