By Eileen Shamy
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A picture of the patient was then passed around…it was of his six-month-old daughter. The question was raised as to why it was so much more difficult to care for the 80-year-old person with identical needs. It was agreed that our perspective must change. Patients ending their lives in the helplessness of old age deserve the same care and attention as those beginning their lives in the helplessness of infancy. Unfortunately the same negative attitudes exist not only in the health sector and even society generally but also in the Church.
No two people progress through this disease at the same rate or to the same pattern, but while it is not possible to place a person on the continuum with any accuracy, these stages do provide us with a model for understanding people for purposes of discussion and for planning for the optimum quality of life for individuals living with this most devastating illness. The forgetfulness stage (minimal to mild dementia) During this first stage there is short-term memory loss, that is, recent events are forgotten.
Those who had seen what had happened to the demoniac and to the swine reported it. Then they began to beg Jesus to leave their neighbourhood. As he was getting into the boat, the man who had been possessed by demons begged him that he might be with him. ’ (Mark 5:1–20) Let us now carefully note what Jesus did when this poor, confused, deranged and memory-impaired man (he could not remember his own name), banished from his community to this inhospitable place, came running and shouting towards him.
A Guide to the Spiritual Dimension of Care for People With Alzheimer s Disease and Related Dementia: More Than Body, Brain, and Breath by Eileen Shamy