Prosopagnosia, more commonly known as face blindness, is a neurological disorder that affects an individual’s ability to recognise familiar faces – acquaintances, friends, colleagues, well known people, and even close family members. It can be present from birth or the result of a brain injury later in life.

News:    A Fascinating Read

2777_BEE_FB_asset_S5_E_800Just published, a novel that looks at life through the eyes of Jasper, a 13 year old boy with face blindness (prosopagnosia) and synaesthesia, as he struggles to make sense of events unfolding around him.
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Quiz:    So you think you might be face blind …

Try our Quiz and find out if it is a strong possibility.  Picture1Remember if you think you are face blind, don’t worry you are not alone!  It is estimated that approximately 2-3% of the population are face blind.  A more robust, research based questionnaire is now being trialled as a diagnostic tool with Medical Research Council (MRC) funding.

Face Blind UK Newsletter

The newsletter brings you news from the UK and beyond. It includes book and film reviews, links to newsletters and research, and Top Tips for living day to day with prosopagnosia.  You can sign up to our mailing list to recieve your copy direct

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