An online study to test gamified visual attention training for young people after stroke

The University of Lincoln and WESC Foundation are conducting a research study called Eyelander. The study aims to test whether training visual search skills using an online game can help children and young adults after stroke with daily challenges related to visual attention.

Participants must be 7 years or older to participate and young people under the age of 18 will require parental consent. The game is designed for young people but their is no upper age limit on our recruitment criteria if you wish to take part.

To find out more about the study, or to register to use the game, please visit the Eyelander website:

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