Presbyterian Manor Hosts Documentary Screening

glen-campbell-ill-be-me-J3347_GlenCampbell_IllBeMe_27x40_81F_LR_newbilling-web-FINAL_rgbWichita Presbyterian Manor and Newton Presbyterian Manor were privileged to partner with the Alzheimer’s Association for an exclusive showing of “I’ll Be Me,” the documentary of Glen Campbell’s 151-city sold-out tour after his diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.

Newton Presbyterian Manor Executive Director Marc Kessinger and Wichita Presbyterian Manor Executive Director Dawn Veh shared Presbyterian Manors’ long history with memory caregiving. Haury Place, on the Newton Presbyterian Manor campus, was the first memory care center established in Kansas when it opened its doors in 1986.