Kim Campbell was proud to be the featured speaker at From Her Lips To Our Ears for the Women’s Brain Health Initiative on October 6th in Toronto, Canada
Dementia’s grip on independence is slow and steady… and irreversible. But it’s not just the diagnosed who lose their independence: it’s also their caregivers. So what’s the positive spin to help us get through this battle? Well.. there are a few, actually.
CareLiving and the Campbell family wish a happy and healthy Father’s Day to all of the fathers, grandfathers, great-grandfathers, brothers, uncles and friends who are living with or have passed on due to Alzheimer’s and dementia. This year, our first without Glen, we asked the CareLiving community to send in their own photos to post alongside our own…
There are a growing number of Voice Control Apps available today from Amazon and Apple which can greatly improve the lives of those living with Alzheimer’s, especially during the earlier stages. Here are a few reasons that you might consider adding a ‘digital caregiver’ to your team.
For those who could not attend the memorial service for Glen Campbell, held at the Country Music Hall of Fame on August 24th, 2017, CareLiving would like to share Kim Campbell’s eulogy to her late husband.
It is with heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather, and legendary singer and guitarist, Glen Travis Campbell, at the age of 81, following his long and courageous battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
The Living with Alzheimer’s Film Project Announces four winners of its Short Film Competition. The jury consisting of Kim Campbell, Lisa Genova, Meryl Comer and others name their top picks for the 2017 film contest.
When actress Jane Seymour invited Glen Campbell to join her in her art studio for a painting session – she was amazed. Through this wonderful collective art experience, two abstract paintings were born from a man who had never before picked up a paintbrush.
More than 2 million people have taken The Virtual Dementia Tour, which helps us understand what living with dementia is like by altering our sensory abilities. Kim sits down with Debbie Miller to discuss what she learned.