Parent Connections

NOAH, in partnership with Lighthouse Guild International, has developed a free parent support teleconference program as another way to bring the albinism community together. Parent Connections is an opportunity to talk with others who understand what you are going through as a parent of a child with albinism. The teleconferences are facilitated by a licensed professional and consist of a limited number of parents. This provides a safe and comfortable environment for you to voice concerns, ask questions, share your experiences, and hear from professional guest speakers.

Upcoming Sessions!

Take a look at our new schedule, and make plans to join us for our Parent Connections teleconferences. We also have a big announcement! On February 12th, our teleconference series will expand to support families formed through the adoption of a child with albinism.

In the Parent Connections teleconferences, parents of children with albinism meet two times a month to discuss relevant topics with each other and learn from our guest speakers.  All calls are facilitated by a licensed professional. To join us, please fill out the brief intake form.


March 5th
8:00 PM CT

(New Date!)

Perspectives from
a Person of Color

Parenting a Child with Albinism: The Early Years


Brandi Green

Sheila Adamo

Brandi will share her experience as an African-American woman with albinism. From embracing her culture to advocating for her unique circumstance, Brandi provides a wealth of insight.

We will focus on the different emotions and challenges that arise in the first few years of parenting a child with albinism. Parents of older children are welcome to attend to share their experiences and offer support.

Sign up today!


Sign up today!