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.
I have the right: To seek help from others even though my loved ones may object. I recognize the limits of my own endurance and strength. – A Caregiver’s Bill of Rights All caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s – both women and men – face a devastating toll. Due to the physical and emotional burden of […]
Let’s face it, we are all living longer and, if we live long enough, most of us are going to need some help. For many, remaining in their own home is their first choice and may be the only affordable option. Unfortunately, circumstances sometimes require more resources than a home environment can provide. (Perkins 1) […]
This wonderful project is very near to our hearts. Big Machine Label Group really believed that there needed to be a soundtrack for the documentary – and they were right! Why wouldn’t a soundtrack be released when the main subject is a world-class musician? The album features six songs by Glen including the Oscar-nominated and […]