Eyelander pilot study results published

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The results from our pilot study to evaluate Eyelander have been published in the Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness. The article is available to read online.

The results of the study indicated that children and young adults can make measurable improvements in visual search ability if they commit to training with the specially-designed game. These improvements replicate findings from adults involved with more traditional rehabilitation, although the young people in our study required less time commitment.

For more information on our research please do contact Dr Jonathan Waddington by email at: eyelander@wescfoundation.ac.uk.

Date Posted: 19/02/2019

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