Campbell's wife, Kim was forced to move the legendary entertainer back into a full-time care facility.

Kim Campbell says her husband's battle with Alzheimer's is in stage six of the the seven stages. That means he requires assistance with everything...from getting dressed to bathing.

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His wife revealed the singer/songwriter:

"can no longer communicate in anything more than short phrases, but she says he still has occasional “moments of lucidity,” in which he will look at her, “tear up and bite his lower lip and just say ‘I love you,'” she shares. “It just rips your heart out because you feel like every time you have that moment, it might be your last.”

Kim Campbell founded the I’ll Be Me Alzheimer’s Fund with director James Keach, who directed the documentary Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me. The film chronicles Campbell’s struggle with the increasing effects of Alzheimer’s during his farewell tour, and it will air throughout November in conjunction with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month.

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