Determined to continue her husband Glen’s quest to educate people about Alzheimer’s Disease, Kim Campbell made it her personal mission to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and their caregivers. In August of 2016, she launched CareLiving.org, a website and social movement designed to inspire, encourage and empower caregivers to care for themselves while caring for others. The CareLiving website features regular articles and updates from Kim and a host of guest writers, specialists, musicians, doctors and other caregivers.
CareLiving is poised to become the go-to source of hope and progress for caregivers worldwide by raising awareness through social media, events, education, real-world actions and celebrity engagement.
I knew that there was a desperate need for a new voice (any voice!) for caregivers, but didn’t anticipate the outpouring of support that we’d received from fans, friends, medical professionals, ministries and others. Many caregivers feel that CareLiving.org is their voice – that we are not only speaking directly to them, but for them. – Kim Campbell
As the CareLiving team grows, the board of advisors is being filled with some of the most well-respected names in the Alzheimer’s community.
|Kim Campbell has dedicated her life to providing hope and inspiration to those living with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. She has been married to country music legend Glen Campbell for 34 years.|
|Matt’s experience as a newspaper editor and graphic designer ensure that our articles and social media outreach remain accurate, focused and easy on the eyes.|
|John Zeisel, PH.D.
|Dr. Zeisel is the author of I’m Still Here: A Breakthrough Approach to Understanding Someone Living with Alzheimer’s, a book that promotes the principle that we all need to see the strengths of those we love.|
|Meryl is an Emmy Award–winning reporter and the President and CEO of Geoffrey Beene Foundation Alzheimer’s Initiative, which promotes public awareness around early diagnosis.|
|Dr. Tam Cummings
|Tam Cummings is a gerontologist dedicated to untangling the complexities of dementia and she’s also the founder of The Dementia Association.|