As a small charity, the Nystagmus Network relies heavily on regular income from membership subscriptions. Over the years our membership has steadily grown and at the same time the cost of subscriptions has remained fairly static. This means that we are supporting an ever growing nystagmus community on a fairly modest income. To find out … Continue reading Become a member of the Nystagmus Network
Merry Christmas everyone! It’s been a very busy year at the Nystagmus Network with lots taking place! Our Chairman Richard has a short Christmas message he would like to share with you all – please click on the image below or the link here to watch it. Thank you for our support in 2016! Finally, … Continue reading Merry Christmas everyone!
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden and unexpected death of Trustee Steve McKay from Newton Abbot in Devon. Steve suffered a tragic road accident on Thursday 1 December which rendered him unconscious and he never recovered, passing away on Sunday 4 December. Steve has been a highly-valued Trustee with the Nystagmus … Continue reading Steve McKay announcement
This weeks video blog features Dan giving an overview of the recent UK Eye Genetics Group Conference which was held on the 25th November. The Nystagmus Network was a sponsor of the event!
Our latest video for our blog introduces Wobbly Wednesday, the annual awareness raising day for nystagmus! The video features some of our trustees, including our founder and chairman explaining why the Nystagmus Network is so important.
This week the video blog at the Nystagmus Network features the amazing Josh! Josh is a keen skier who loves to take part in ski competitions. However, he was once told that even though he has nystagmus, he’s not visually impaired enough to take part in disability races by the IPC. So, what did … Continue reading No limits
Our latest video blog features an interview with one of our young members! In the video Tom talks about starting his new class at school and how he is a vital part of his school football team! Everyone at the charity would like to say a big thank you to Tom for sharing his experiences.
Our latest video blog features an interview by our very own Sue with two of the charity’s fundraisers! Gavin and Paula Birch recently held a fun day and football match for the Nystagmus Network where they were able to raise funds and awareness of the condition. Their daughter Freya was diagnosed with nystagmus when she … Continue reading Fundraising for the Nystagmus Network
Our third video blog has been recorded by Steve McKay who is a trustee at the Nystagmus Network! During the video Steve talks about how he took up photography and why he recommends it those people with nystagmus who are looking to start a new hobby.
Our second video blog has been recorded by Sue Ricketts. Sue has been involved with the Nystagmus Network for many years and joined the charity as the Communication and Development Manager in 2015. In the vide Sue talks about her involvement with the charity and how she has seen it grow in strength over the … Continue reading Sue’s journey at the Nystagmus Network