Monthly Archives: June 2011

Thoughts on the Special Educational Needs & Disability Green paper

I (Laura) recently attended parent consultation meetings run by NBCS/RNIB on the Government’s reform proposals in the Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) Green paper. It leaves a lot to be desired!! I have to stress that this is not definitely … Continue reading

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Returning to Moorfields for testing time

I just went for an appointment at Moorfields Eye Hospital for the first time in 15 years. When I became an adult and left London for university, Moorfields said I didn’t need to keep coming to them. Instead I could … Continue reading

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Seminar about unlicensed treatments such as melatonin

Following our recent posts about melatonin we have news of a upcoming event about unlicensed and off-label treatments – which melatonin is, Patients Involved in NICE (PIN) in collaboration with RNIB, will be holding a seminar looking at the impact using unlicensed treatment has … Continue reading

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