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Video overview of the RECOGNeyes Game

RECOGNeyes is a computer game that you play using your eyes as the game controller. It has been developed at the University of Nottingham in collaboration with people with ADHD. The game is designed to train people to have better control over their attention.  As you advance in the game, you learn to control different …

RECOGNeyes: Feedback from the Patient Public Involvement (PPI) meeting

We organised a PPI group with four members. The goal was to discuss our research plans. By involving patients and members of the public we had the opportunity to get a common sense opinion of what we’re doing from the perspective of those with lived experience. The panel had an opportunity to get to know one another a little …

Providing Schools with RECOGNeyes

Changes were made to the RECOGNeyes attention training game based on feedback from a local ADHD support group. We then arranged to provide five local schools with the RECOGNeyes game along with laptops and eye-trackers. These schools are currently providing access for their pupils to RECOGNeyes. Teachers have been very enthusiastic about using RECOGNeye.  They …

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RECOGNeyes: Feedback and data from the Adult ADHD Support Group

Following on from earlier input we were eager to continue to include individuals with ADHD in the collaborative development of the game. Individuals with ADHD have lived experience of the condition and their input is therefore of critical importance for its success as an effective intervention. An overview of the RECOGNeyes game was presented to …

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RECOGNeyes

RECOGNeyes is a computer game that you play using your eyes as the game controller. It has been developed at the University of Nottingham in collaboration with people with ADHD. The game is designed to train people to have better control over their attention.  As you advance in the game, you learn to control different …

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Tourette’s syndrome featured on BBC1

The BBC 1 drama series Casualty is running a story on Saturday (21st February 21.15 BBC1) featuring a young woman with Tourette Syndrome. I haven’t personally seen the script but the charity Tourettes Action (www.Tourettes-action.org.uk ) were consulted. Since Tourette Syndrome affects approximately 300,000 children and adults in the UK it is good to see …

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CANDAL annual conference highlights

Thanks to all who attended the CANDAL annual conference! For me, it was a really good example of what CANDAL is all about, with plenty of time devoted simply to talking and listening to each other. The highlight, for me, was the talk by Dr Barbara Houghton and Dr Jo Jones about their clinic for …

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Welcome to CANDALight, the new blog for CANDAL

CANDAL aims to promote collaboration between researchers and our clinical partners into better ways of helping people with neurodevelopmental disorders. These disorders are conditions such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Tourette’s Syndrome, and autism (including  Asperger’s Syndrome), all of which may continue into adulthood, and quite often overlap in the same person. Unlike other …

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