A Health Intervention Programme for Children with Albinism at a special school in South Africa
A self-report study of 38 students with albinism in South Africa. They are assessed for skin  and vision related challenges they face. A further assessment on their social adaptation is also included.  An examination of results leads to the suggestion that intervention in the lives of persons with albinism ought to be holistic (encompassing health and social aspects) as well as interactive.
Lund, Patricia, Gaigher, Retha
Albino; albinism; special school; education;  health; Siloe school; South Africa.
Health Education Research, Vol. 17 No. 3, 365 - 372.