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We have found 25 results across our website for keyword ‘Hemianopia’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Homonymous Hemianopia (New Vision in Absent Visual Field) Paper
    Introduction and link to fascinating paper explaining how a person regained vision in their right visual field which was absent due to hemianopia following injury.
  • Combined Hemianopia and Visual Inattention or Neglect
    Considering the implications of combined hemianopia with inattention or neglect
  • Nicola McDowell’s Blog (6)
    Nicola, in her latest blog, explains the unexpected challenges of only having vision on her left side
  • Nicola McDowell’s Blog 21
    Nicola explains the challenges of life, when her condition had not been understood, and how through correctly understanding, she was able to feel less ’disabled’ and accept her own, new ’normal’.
  • Hemianopia
    explaining what hemianopia is
  • The Visual Field
    A brief introduction to visual fields, visual field impairment and hemianopia
  • Nicola McDowell’s Blog (8)
    Nicola, in her latest blog, explains the very real, exhausting challenges of something we may all take for granted at school, simply transferring from one classroom to another via a busy corridor. Important read and relevant to many children in schools
  • Homonymous Hemianopia (New Vision in Absent Visual Field) Paper
    Link to Homonymous Hemianopia (New Vision in Absent Visual Field) Paper
  • Newsletter 19
    Newsletter 19, emailed to subscribers on 12 August 2019 considering the relationship between function and anatomy, through examples of blindsight.
  • Reading using Recognition
    Explaining what we mean when we suggest trying to learn reading using recognition, rather than phonetically.

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