Colorado PCA Support Group Videos:

8-11-2016Top Ten Clues You Might Have PCA-by M.Montano

PCA Lecture Series by Victoria Pelak, MD – 2017: Posterior Cortical Atrophy: Visual Perspectives Presented by Victoria Pelak, MD. You can also view this and other lectures on Jamie Talan’s PCA-Vision.Org PCA Lecture Series

Do I See What You See? Is a short film, directed by Simon Ball, about the experiences of people living with Posterior Cortical Atrophy (PCA), a rare form of dementia which affects the visual areas of the brain. Featuring 6 personal stories, this animated film recreates what it feels like to live with the knowledge that your brain might be playing tricks on you and that you are seeing differently from everyone else. Everyday tasks are beset with obstacles, but their stories also force us to question our own perceptions and whether we are truly seeing the world around us the way others do. Funded by Created Out of Mind and Alzheimer’s Society, supported by Wellcome. Credit music by Valerie Blumenthal and Sound Design by Zai Tang.

Summer Internship Program for PCA Research.

Thank you for Your Donations

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. We welcome Stephanie Serva & Vishal Krishnan. Thank you for making a difference for people with PCA.

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