A cartoon image of a man made of marshmallow

Sometimes we all need more marshmallows

In her presentation for the Nystagmus Network virtual Open Day 2020, Alison Blackman QTVI will talk about resilience and how to boost it.

Resilience is the ability to overcome adversity, reduce stress and bounce back from setbacks. In her presentation, Alison explains how to boost resilience in young people with nystagmus.

She talks about the need we all feel from time to time to have an extra layer of padding around us to keep us feeling confident and protected.

Find out how you can help a young person with nystagmus feel more like marshmallow man.

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Meet Sue at VIEW

This Thursday, Sue from Nystagmus Network, will be attending the annual VIEW conference for teachers and specialists in educating visually impaired children and young people. The event takes place over two days in Birmingham.

Delegates will find Sue in the exhibition area, eager to demonstrate the support and information the Nystagmus Network has to offer to schools staff.