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The Positive Case for Change in Dementia Services

Plenary Speakers

Kimberly “Kim” Campbell, wife of Glen Campbell
The new documentary “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me” follows Glen Campbell’s three year battle with Alzheimer’s by award-winning filmmaker, James Keach. The film premiers on October 24th, 2014.

Glen and Kim Campbell

Glen Campbell, sharing a moment with his wife, Kim who will be our guest speaker at the Memory Care Summit 2015.
Picture by Sam Mooy

Dr. Peter Rabins

Peter Rabins, M.D., M.P.H. Senior Fellow, UMBC’s Erickson School, Professor of Psychiatry, Division of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


Judah Ronch

Judah Ronch, Ph.D.
Dean, The Erickson School at UMBC

Palm Tree


Jackie Harris
President and CEO, Integrace, formerly known as Episcopal Ministries to the Aging (EMA)

Jackie Harris

Jed Levine, M.A.
Alzheimer’s Association,
Executive Vice President,
Director of Programs & Services

Jed Levine

Susan Misiorski, B.S.N.
Director of Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute
Coaching and Consulting Services

Sue Misiorski

Bill Thomas, M.D.
Founder ChangingAging,

Bill Thomas

Scott Townsley, J.D. Adjunct Professor,
UMBC’s Erickson School,
Principal, Clifton Larson Allen

Scott Townsley

Audrey Weiner, DSW
President and CEO,
Jewish Home Lifecare

Audrey Weiner