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Nystagmus in children and young people

Nystagmus is common among children and young people with sight difficulties. This course will explain the effects of nystagmus and outline ways to help people who have the condition, as well as their families and their schools. It will answer questions such as: Do glasses help, is the world always moving, and what is a null point? The course will look at educational, social and emotional issues and implications for employment. It will also provide an update on treatment and research.
07 March 2007 15:30 to 22:00
Rebecca Thurgur or Ann Marshall
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0117 953 7750

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