Albinism Awareness Day


Zoom celebration for International Albinism Awareness Day on 13 June 2021 Guest post from Roselle Potts, Chair of the Albinism Fellowship To mark International Albinism Awareness Day* on 13 June the Albinism Fellowship is running a mini conference on Zoom. The event will kick off at 2pm and after a brief introduction session there will … Continue reading Albinism Awareness Day

Welcome boost for new mums and dads of young children with albinism


Guest post from Roselle Potts, Albinism Fellowship For more information, please contact Roselle Potts, email: chair@albinism.org.uk While the birth of a new baby is an occasion to celebrate, parents of children born with albinism often find that support for children with this rare genetic condition is hard to access. To mark International Albinism Awareness Day* … Continue reading Welcome boost for new mums and dads of young children with albinism

Why we’re helping people with albinism to stand strong


A guest post from Roselle Potts, Chair of the Albinism Fellowship on International Albinism Awareness Day 2019. ‘The prejudice and struggles facing people with albinism are sadly as present as ever in 2019… ‘International Albinism Awareness Day is with us again on 13 June and it’s a chance to reflect on the progress that has … Continue reading Why we’re helping people with albinism to stand strong

Roselle is coming to Open Day


Because there is such a close link between albinism and nystagmus, the Nystagmus Network works closely with Albinism Fellowship UK. Chair of AFUK, Roselle Potts, will be joining us this year at Open Day to speak with researchers, to find out more about our education advocacy service and chat with families affected by ocular or oculocutaneous … Continue reading Roselle is coming to Open Day