Glen Campbell 'Content' In Alzheimer's Support Facility

04/22/2014
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(Radio.com) Singer Glen Campbell, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease several years ago, was recently moved to a facility to better able to care for him. This weekend, his wife Kim reported that he is doing well in the new surroundings.

Kim Campbell spoke with reporters during an appearance this past Friday (April 18) at the premiere of the documentary Glen Campbell . . . I'll Be Me at the Nashville Film Festival. The film follows Campbell and his family during Campbell's 2012 Goodbye Tour.

"He has trouble communicating," Kim Campbell told Country Weekly, during an interview on the film festival's red carpet. "[But] he's happy and content and still has his sense of humor. He's doing pretty well, considering everything. We see him every day. We had him out to the house last night and we all had dinner together with the family."

Three of Campbell's children also attended the premiere: daughter Ashley and sons Shannon and Cal, all of whom had performed with their father during the Goodbye Tour. more on this story

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