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The family asked him to step out and stop making horrible decisions. And if you think that "personhood" is something mere mortals can define, then anyone can define anything about missing limbs, the blind, the deaf, the freckled because they are prone to skin cancer, the obese because they are prone to health problems, the unborn, the elderly --but then you have to define what is "elderly". I sincerely doubt the author is implying they are not human - simply that they are not the same one.He had no right to end her life just because he was READY TO MOVE ON (which by the way she died of "dehydration" -- that is a slow, cruel death. My grandparents are in a similar situation; he has found himself a woman to take care of him.
More often than not, this is the "wish" of the person that has Alzheimer's. After years of loneliness his wife asked for permission to divorce and remarry…Both his wife and new husband cared for him to this day. Many people I know who condemned Terry Schiavo’s husband for “moving on”, calling it “adultery” but were very sympathic in the case I just described… The problem with the Terry Schiavo case is that he WAS still married to her! No, we're snuffing ourselves out at the beginning and the end of life, so eventually, humanity will cease to exist. Someone with later-stage Alzheimer's or severe dementia is not the same person as the one their spouse married.
She accepted the circumstances and embraced the situation. Current statistics indicate that 80 percent of persons suffering from Alzheimer's disease are cared for at home.