This year's speakers include: Kim Campbell was married to country, pop legend Glen Campbell for 34 years until his passing in August of 2017, following a long and very public battle with Alzheimer's. The account, Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me, granted their family's voyage to the world and opened up a national dialog about the disease. Kim built up CareLiving.org to ask parental figures to manage themselves and starting late pushed The CareLiving Foundation to improve the individual fulfillment of gatekeepers through guidance, bolster and authentic change. Brigid Reynolds, RN, MSN, NP has been a guaranteed Nurse Practioner at the Georgetown Memory Disorders Program since 2001.
She is furthermore on Faculty at Georgetown University where she has some ability in appraisal and treaing patients with memory issues and is a Research Investigator coordinating clinical trails of potential new medications for Alzheimer's sickness and related issue. Abigail Amidon, MT-BC has specific getting ready in neurologic music treatment and hospice and palliative thought music treatment. She set up the music treatment program at Shenandoah Valley Westminister-Canterbury retirement system and gives individual and social affair music treatment organizations, and also directs the national music treatment section level position program and the Music and Memory Program at SVWC. Colleen Turner, MSW, LCSW, CSA is an approved clinical social worker who has been serving more prepared adults and their families for over fifteen years.