Resources for teachers and parents


The school summer holidays may have only just begun, but for teachers this is the time they think about preparing all those courses and lessons for the new school year. The Nystagmus Network understands that teachers want to be particularly geared up to support children in their class with nystagmus. That’s why we’ve produced our … Continue reading Resources for teachers and parents

How amazing is Amanda


Amanda is a long time supporter of the Nystagmus Network UK and our unofficial US spokesperson. As a professional freelance writer, who also has nystagmus, she is well placed to tell her amazing nystagmus story … My Nystagmus Journey: Fifth grade diagnosis and beyond Fifth grade – that’s when my life changed because of my … Continue reading How amazing is Amanda

Nystagmus and the new school term – by Elisheva Sokolic


When your child has nystagmus there might be slightly more to think about before you wave goodbye at the school gates than new shoes and homework diaries. Especially in the early years, when your child can’t necessarily advocate for themselves, it can be helpful to plan a meeting with the new teacher either ahead of … Continue reading Nystagmus and the new school term – by Elisheva Sokolic