My daughter, age 7, is farsighted, has accomodative esotropia, astigmatism, and now I am told she has occular albinism. All I know is that OA is a lack of pigmintation in the retina, please help me know what she sees. She has worn glasses since 2 years of age, had a patch over her eye for almost a year and I am told it will get no better or any worse. She is limited in what she sees as opposed to normal vision. I see a rapid decrease in her vision when she needs a new perscription for lenses, it manifests itself with head tipping, poor depth perception and she begins to trip a lot. I need information to pass along to her teachers on what this is.