“Even When I’m Confused, I Don’t Feel Like I Am Lost”

From Todd Ballantine, PCA Patient

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The Brain and Vision Fund wishes to thank our generous donors! The funds have helped support a student researcher and research presentations on Posterior Cortical Atrophy at National and International Conferences. Donations also made it possible to hire two summer interns beginning June 10, 2019, Stephanie Serva & Vishal Krishnan. Thank you for making a difference for people with PCA.

PCA Summer Interns – Stephanie Serva & Vishal Krishnan

Summer PCA Research Interns Presentations

CBS News Interview

October 24, 2018: Rare Form of Alzheimer’s Affects What The Eyes See – CBS News Interview of Dr. Pelak & Robert Yetz: Click Here

Our Vision

To be a beacon of hope and refuge for all persons affected by Posterior Cortical Atrophy

Our Mission

To serve those affected by Posterior Cortical Atrophy by providing in-person meetings and a virtual space for support, information, and resources

Dementia Resilience – Jill Lorentz Podcast with Dr. Pelak

Take a listen to Dementia Resilience with Jill Lorentz podcast with an interview of Dr. Pelak discussing Posterior Cortical Atrophy and other episodes to help people with PCA and their care partners. Click here: DRwJL & Dr. Pelak – PCA Podcast

NEW FILM ABOUT LIVING WITH POSTERIOR CORTICAL ATROPHY May 8 to Jun 30, 2020
An award-winning independent filmmaker and Director, Ann Bromberg, has released a film entitled Painting Gray about artist Brian O’Connor, who has PCA. The filmmaker and Brian O’Connor and Brian’s wife, Iva Morris, invite you to “buy a ticket/donation to the Guild Cinema” to watch online. A percentage of the donations will go to the Colorado Brain and Vision Fund to help support PCA research and the Colorado PCA Support Group. The cost is minimal ($5). See below for the link to the film.

SUMMARY OF THE FILM
Painting Gray is an intimate biographical sketch of a renowned Native New Mexican painter as he redefines himself in his art studio while battling a progressive brain disorder, PCA, or Posterior Cortical Atrophy. This compelling narrative is unique in its presentation through the cinematic language that focuses on the stigma of the disease, both personal and professional, within a vibrant art community. The outcome of Painting Gray reveals the short and long-term effects of PCA through the mind of master painter Brian O’Connor.
You can view the film HERE

Biogen’s Aducanumab

If you want to learn more about results for an Alzheimer’s disease drug trial, click here: Biogen’s Aducanumab

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