will having albinism affect my child’s development?

What Type? The best way to get your questions answered is to ask your child's pediatrician for a referral to a geneticist and a pediatric ophthalmologist at lucile packard children's hospital, where your child will receive excellent care.
Probably not. Albinism is defect in coloring pigment of skin eyes and hair. Common complication is vision problems. Skin may also be proned to malignant changes.