Earlier this year, the Erickson School presented Memory Care Summit 2015 in Captiva Island, FL. The event was designed to address practical issues for the future of caring for those with memory impairment and their families. Several leading experts in dementia care, including Dean Judah Ronch and Dr. Bill Thomas from the Erickson School, presented at the summit to discuss innovative practices, growth strategies, and success for aging services leaders.
Among the speakers at the event was Kim Campbell, wife of country music legend Glen Campbell featured in the major motion picture “I’ll Be Me.” Campbell presented the keynote address at the event and shared her family’s experiences, challenges, struggles, discovery, and moments of joy in the journey of her husband Glen’s Alzheimer’s Disease diagnosis. To watch video clips of Kim Campbell’s keynote address, click here.
To learn more about the event, including a list of speakers and presentations from Memory Care Summit 2015, click here.