Glen Campbell's wife stops by Studio 10 Live to talk about Alzheimer's disease.
Glen’s wife, Kim Woollen Campbell, who has been interviewed by Rolling Stone Magazine and leading news networks on her family’s experience as Glen’s dementia advances. As of September, 2015, it became national news as Glen was moved back home from his Tennessee memory care community to be with his family as he entered the final stage, stage 7, of the disease.
It's a disease that impacts many lives and we appreciate Kim's candor on this tough subject.
Here's a link to the documentary, I'll Be Me.
John Goodman joins Kim to talk about local efforts to help.
He has two books out. They are Moments Matter and The Road To Self, and share the author’s body, mind, spirit approach to life and business. On March 15, he will be at the Barnes & Noble in Clearwater (23654 US Highway 19 N., Clearwater, FL, 33765). from 6-8 pm.
On March 16, Goodman will be at the Largo Community Center (400 Alternate Keene Road, Largo FL 33771), from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
A portion of the proceeds from book sales will be donated to these nonprofit entities: Intergenerational Living & Health Care, Inc. d/b/a Intergenerational Learning Center® and Caregivers Support Network™, donation designated to the DreamCatcher® Program.
Studio 10 Live wishes them and others going through this challenging journey- all the very best.
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