New Resources

| July 25, 2012

These are some great resources that learned about through the college courses I have recently been taking.  Even though not all of the sites are specifically related to visual impairments, all of them are full of useful information that I think may be helpful…or at least interesting enough to check out. All About Vision –How […]

Free Print/Braille Books

| May 17, 2009

Here are some great sources for getting free print/Braille books. ReadBooks Program (click on request book bags) Seedlings Book Angel Program The Braille Special Collection Braille Reading Pals- Early Literacy Program American Action Fund Free Braille Books Program (for school aged kids) Kenneth Jernigan Lending Library (click on “KJ Library Application- Home”) Other Sources: Braille Storybook […]

New Parenting Book Available

| August 14, 2008

The new book, “Raising a Child with Albinism: A Guide to the Early Years” is now available for purchase.  It is published by the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH) and is the first of its kind.  This book will be an invaluable resource for new parents of a child with albinism.  It truly […]

Lyra’s Updated “Business” Card

| February 18, 2008

We have recently updated the “business” cards we had made a while back. We changed the pictures, replacing them with more recent ones. I also changed the wording on the back slightly. In case you haven’t seen the previous post about how/why we made these cards, you can view that post here: Here’s My Card […]

Here’s My Card

| May 20, 2007

Here is an idea. Maybe I’m a little obsessive, but oh well. For anyone who has seen NOAH’s albinism info. “business card, you’ll notice I modeled ours after it. I first got the idea to make something like this after Lyra’s TVI told me about a parent who got sick of answering the same questions […]


| May 11, 2007

Albinism Information NOAH (The National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation)- An organization where people with albinism, their families and those that work with them can get information, ask questions and share their experiences. Albinism International– An online support community for people with albinism, parents of children with albinism, and people related persons with albinism. Albinism […]