Participants needed for research into the effects of the pandemic on those caring for and supporting people living with a visual impairment The Division of Optometry and Visual Sciences, School of Health Sciences, City, University of London are looking for volunteers, aged 18 or over, who provide care and support to an individual living with … Continue reading Care givers survey
Introducing Libby I am a geography student studying in my final year at Loughborough University. I am seeking participants for my dissertation study which aims to explore the experiences of young adults (18-25) in their local space / environment & the impacts on identity formation. This study is inspired by my two younger sisters, who … Continue reading Can you help Libby with her research?
Ifigeneia Manitsa is a Psychology researcher at Kingston University London and her research is about the social and academic inclusion of adolescents with and without visual impairments. She is currently conducting a study looking at the relationship between school engagement and social behaviour in adolescents with and without visual impairments. She is also interested in investigating teachers’ … Continue reading Calling parents of 12-14 year olds – research questionnaire
Guest post from Saima Begum, University College London I am a student at University College London, studying at the Institute of Education and I am emailing to ask for your help with my Masters research project into Vision Impairment. This project aims to examine technology use in young people with vision impairment, and whether this … Continue reading Technology use in young people with impaired vision: a new study
Children aged between 8 and 11 years old who live with a visual impairment are three times more likely to develop a mental health problem than children with no visual impairment, according to new research. The Nystagmus Network has been aware of this for a long time and always highlights the social and emotional aspects … Continue reading Visual impairment and mental health
If you would like to take part in a family event especially for children and young people who have a visual impairment, Nystagmus Network is offering you the opportunity to join a special London theatre experience for families. The Little Match Girl and other happier tales For adults and brave children alike, expect music, puppetry, … Continue reading Mousetrap VI Theatre Trip