Nystagmus Network Open Day 2011

The Nystagmus Network annual Open Day has come around again – it’s next Saturday (22nd October). Each year, the UK based charity hosts an open day where they bring together people with a stake in nystagmus, from around the country. In some years, people have even flown to the UK for the weekend from distant parts of Europe.

I highly recommend attending if you can, for the following reasons:

  • Meet real people with nystagmus, their families and friends
  • Meet professionals, discuss benefits, support etc
  • Find out about other people’s experiences
  • Talk to the people at the forefront of nystagmus research

To find out more or to book tickets, visit NN’s Open Day page.

About James

I was born in the UK and have congenital idiopathic nystagmus (had nystagmus since birth and the cause is unknown). I went to university, where I studied Mathematics and have since been working in the City of London, doing a job I absolutely love.
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