According to the World Health Organization (WHO), factors in a person’s environment that, through their absence or presence, limit functioning and create disability. While albinism alone may not be a disability, “low vision” with albinism is a physical disability. Before I begin, I am glad to give mention to Mr.
Getting Through Trying Times As I take a moment to reflect on plans for 2020’s conference notes for “The Inclusion Initiative”, I am reminded that we are a midst a global pandemic. It’s impossible to know where we will be when planning events so far out. However, a plan
Well, The Albinism Alliance Group is soaring to new heights with the continuation of our new interactive web-mag! I am super excited about many of the updates and the out pour of support from friends and family, helping to get the word out. TAAG just celebrated it’s twelfth anniversary in
In 2014 The Albinism Alliance Group is working on our official publication “the ab-experience”, so that we may give parents of children with albinism an outlet to observed the AB Community and positive adults with albinism in the most favorable light! We are featuring members of the community who want
The AB Experience “celebrating the beauty of albinism” This concept has been in the works since 2005 and we have been working with members of The Albinism Alliance Group to make “the ab experience” the official publication of the albinism community. It’s not just something to take lightly and we