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Outside Opportunities & Resources

Outside Opportunities & Resources

Please note: NOAH shares the following opportunities that might be of interest to community members. Please keep in mind that NOAH is not affiliated with any opportunities below and all questions should be directed to the listed contact.


Outside Opportunities & Resources for Adults

If you have an outside opportunity or resource to share that might be of benefit to the albinism community, please send any relevant information to webmaster@albinism.org for consideration.


Outside Opportunities & Resources for Families

Southeastern Guide Dogs—Programs for Children & Teens

It’s way more than puppy love! All of the dogs and services provided by Southeastern Guide Dogs are free…and priceless. They provide:

  • Gentle, well-trained Kids Companion dogs for visually impaired youth ages 17 and younger.
  • A fun, informative Guide Dog Camp that offers hands-on experiences for teens 14 – 17 with vision loss (and parents) to find out if a guide dog is the right choice.
  • A special guide dog program created for mature teens ages 15 – 17 who may qualify to receive a guide dog of their own.

These dogs make an incredible impact on the lives of children, teens, and families. Check out how these amazing dogs can change a life! To find out more about these no-cost programs for children and youth, visit www.guidedogs.org/children.

Southeastern Guide Dogs Youth Programs Flyer   

Contact Info:

www.guidedogs.org/children

Email: Katie.Perez@guidedogs.org

Phone: 941.479.6598


Partners in Health – New Hampshire

The New Hampshire Partners in Health Program helps families of children with a chronic health condition that significantly impacts daily life. Partners in Health’s role is to advocate, access resources, navigate systems and build capacity to manage the chronic health condition of their child.

Learn more: https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dcbcs/bds/sms/pih/


If you have an outside opportunity or resource to share that might be of benefit to the albinism community, please send any relevant information to webmaster@albinism.org for consideration.