• Annual Alzheimer’s Association International Conference MeetingClick Here



    In this online course, you’ll gain a unique insight into dementia through the stories, symptoms and science behind four less common diagnoses. You’ll explore key issues in dementia care and research through the eyes of people affected by four less common conditions. World-leading experts at UCL show how research into the signs, stages, symptoms and causes of these forms can bring us closer to defeating dementia.

    Estimated learning time is approximately 2 hours per week across 4 weeks, at your own pace. You will cover the following topics:

    Week 1 – What if dementia runs in the family?
    Week 2 – What if dementia affects behaviour and personality?
    Week 3 – What if dementia makes you see things that aren’t there?
    Week 4 – What if dementia affects your vision, not your memory?

    Course start date: September 21, 2020. The course sign-up page is now live.

    Sign up at:

  • Alzheimer’s Forum WebinarsClick Here
  • Annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease – Click Here
  • Jamie Talan – Science Writer & Founder of the On-Line PCA Support Lecture Series & PCA Support Group via Zoom: Click Here


  • Alzheimer’s Association: Click Here
  • Alzheimer’s Association Events: Click Here
  • Alzheimer’s Association Support Groups – Colorado: Click Here

Thank you for Your Donations

Linda S. Munilla
John & Joanne Hare
Lauren Munilla
Guin & Ronald Lyster
Janella Rosenthal
Lucy & Anthony Turrisi
An Award-Winning New Mexican Filmmaker
Carol Hawkins
Kurt & Melissa Ronacher
Jessica Fish
Kimberly Best
Jaime & Rose Pabon
Roberta Schain
Michelle Lutz
Dorothy & Dwight Finkel
Jill & Theodore Nelson
Susan Bardwell & Frank Scalise
Dudley A. Eppel, Jr.
Michelle Doe
Andy Weinheimer & Sue Eyler
Robert Yetz
Colleen Peace
Michael & Martha Montano
Barbara & Lee Mendel

Kenneth Tiffany
Edwin Baxter
Thomas & Joy White

Susan & John Quinlan
Victoria Pelak, MD

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

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