Imagine coming out of a cinema in the middle of a bright afternoon. Until your eyes adjust to the bright light it is uncomfortable. People who have albinism have told me that if the sun is piercingly bright, it can be very painful. They can’t see anything when this happens and if they are walking down a busy street, it can be very scary when you have no clue where you are going. They have described bright sunlight as like the reflection from glass or a mirror from the sun.
- Why does she sit so close to the TV?
- Can she read books?