Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Nystagmus Network February Forum for Adults living with Congenital Nystagmus. ECLOs Ian, our Information Support Officer made sure that everyone knew what an ECLO (Eye Clinic Liaison Officer) is, how they can help support you and where to find them. Please contact Ian at firstname.lastname@example.org if … Continue reading Notes from the February Forum for adults with congenital nystagmus
It was so wonderful to see and hear people exchanging experiences and tips on Tuesday evening, 26 January (morning for those who joined us from New Zealand!). Here are just a few notes from our discussions. Jigsaws online There are lots of websites offering jigsaws to do onscreen. I tried TheJigsawPuzzles.com.You can change the background … Continue reading Notes from the January forum for adults living with CN
As part of the Nystagmus Network virtual Open Day 2020 we will be hosting a series of zoom chats on Saturday 3 October. For parents There will be a virtual parents’ forum at 2pm. Share experiences, make new friends. This session will be led by Marie Travers, herself the parent of a child with nystagmus. Please contact … Continue reading Come along to the forum
The Nystagmus Network works tirelessly to raise awareness of nystagmus, not only on Nystagmus Awareness Day but throughout the year. Why raise awareness? We firmly believe that the more people who know about nystagmus and understand its effects, the better life will be for the adults and children affected by the condition. New for 2019 We’ve revised … Continue reading Raising nystagmus awareness in 2019
Whether you’ve had nystagmus all your life or have acquired it more recently, the Nystagmus Network is here to support adults with the condition, with information, research updates, news, meetings, membership and more. Or why not get involved with one of our fundraising activities?
A report by John Sanders who, at different times, has been a Nystagmus Network trustee, as well as an employee and continues to be a member of the charity. The other day I went to a talk entitled “My wobbles through the world of nystagmus” by Southampton based ophthalmologist, Helena Lee. This was part … Continue reading More rejections than Harry Potter?