Look on the bright side of being registered blind


GUEST POST: Daniel Williams takes a tongue in cheek look at the benefits of being registered blind. It isn’t all bad – you won’t have initials after your name, but to be registered severely sight impaired (blind) you don’t need to have complete sight loss but will need to meet certain criteria. So, whilst you … Continue reading Look on the bright side of being registered blind

The nystagmus research HUB is back!


Launched at Open Day 2018, the nystagmus research HUB will back back at Open Day 2019, giving delegates the opportunity to chat one to one with the UK’s leading nystagmus researchers and clinicians, try out equipment, volunteer for research trials and ask anything they want. The HUB will be open throughout the event, so don’t … Continue reading The nystagmus research HUB is back!

Acquired nystagmus, MS and driving


An article recently published online by Everyday Health, discusses the effects of acquired nystagmus on an individual’s ability to drive. The author is an American citizen, living in New York State, but her description of the way in which nystagmus is affecting her sight will resonate with a lot of people. For guidance on nystagmus … Continue reading Acquired nystagmus, MS and driving