The Nystagmus Network is delighted to share news of the launch today of a brand new book about nystagmus. Written by Nadine Neckles, the book looks at nystagmus from a child’s point of view and provides insights for parents and professionals alike. Nadine is a friend of the Nystagmus Network and previously contributed an article … Continue reading Can I tell you about nystagmus?
Marsha De Cordova MP, Shadow Minister for Disabilities and MP for Battersea, features in the Shaw Trust’s Disability Power 100 2018. This is well deserved recognition for a person who has worked and campaigned tirelessly for disability rights, especially for those with impaired vision, and continues to do so. The Nystagmus Network was delighted to … Continue reading Congratulations, Marsha
Tickets to the biggest UK nystagmus event of the year will soon be available to book. Subscribed members of the charity will be able to book their priority free tickets to our annual Open Day from 12.00 midday on Thursday 26 June. Members will be notified with details of how to book their places by … Continue reading Open Day tickets for members – available soon
The biggest nystagmus event of the year takes place on Saturday, 29 September in Birmingham. This is our annual Open Day, where 200 nystagmus families get together to talk about research, education, support, assistive technology, mobility, education and general day to day living with a visual impairment. The Nystagmus Network is seeking sponsorship from commercial … Continue reading Sponsors sought for Open Day 2018
We are delighted to announce that we shall be joined on Open Day this year by Shadow Minister for Disabilities, Marsha de Cordova. Marsha has nystagmus and is severely sight impaired. She recently explained to BBC Radio 4’s Intouch programme how she manages her vision problem as part of her busy professional life. The photograph … Continue reading Marsha de Cordova MP – our Open Day keynote speaker
Over 170 people travelled to the Hilton Hotel, Reading on Saturday 7 May for the Nystagmus Network’s annual Open Day 2016. Among them were parents, their children, adults with nystagmus, clinical and research experts, exhibitors and speakers, charity trustees and volunteers, the lovely ladies from the Facebook group ‘Wobbly Days for Nystagmus Families’ and two … Continue reading Informative, inspiring, emotional and motivating!