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Glen Campbell’s Wife on Advanced Alzheimer’s


See Kim Campbell’s update on her husband Glen Campbell, as she gives hope and support to other caregivers. She shares Glen’s Alzheimer’s journey, where he is today, and his feelings on their “Goodbye Tour”.


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March 26, 2017 11:34 am

Each year, I write a letter to the Congressional Delegation from my state asking (more tike pleading) them to visit my wife who is in Final Stage Alzheimer’s and is in a nursing home. She went to their offices at the conclusion of the Alzheimer’s Association Advocacy Forum in 2010. Two years later she was in Long Term Care. If they are to see the REAL face of Alzheimer’s, they’d have to come to her or any of the others in the final stage of this horrible disease. To date, over the years, none has accepted my invitation and it would be a profile in courage if any did. Hopefully, Kim Campbell will extend a similar invitation to her National representatives and will be more successful than I have been.

There ARE NO SURVIVORS WALKs FOR ALZHEIMER’S!! That’s a sad fact that MUST change!!!

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