Zoe wears a care worker's uniform and a face mask pulled down under her chin for the photo.

Thank you, Zoe

It’s fitting that our final nystagmus hero of 2020 is someone who has been working tirelessly all year looking after some of our most vulnerable people.

Zoe is a care supervisor and head house keeper in a care home, working over 40 hours a week. She was born with nystagmus and optic atrophy. She struggles every day with eye pain and headaches and trying to concentrate when her eyes wobble a lot, but she works hard and does an amazing job.

She sometimes feels alone, because she’s never met or spoken to anyone with the same condition. A lot of us can relate to that.

This year has been a difficult year for us all, but Giving makes us feel Good! #GiveBack2020 is your chance to take something positive from 2020 and make a difference at the same time!

Please volunteer, fundraise or make a donation to the Nystagmus Network for #GiveBack2020  

Fundraise for the Nystagmus Network here

Contact us here to volunteer

Please make a donation here


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