Legally drive a car in Great Britain on the road is the only barrier we have found so far, and she isn’t old enough to do that to do that anyway! People with albinism can go to hot sunny countries and even go skiing. Most things she has a go at. We were advised that the Cello would be too difficult because the music would be too far away! The ‘can’t do’ list is small, squash, tennis, badminton, driving legally, unless you know different….
- Can’t she see properly?
- Should I register my child as ‘partially sighted’?