Not a trick question, I want to hear from you on this, "you" meaning anyone with an opinion. Like most I lived all of my professional life living up to one job description or the other. It defined not only what i had to do but what I could do to excel or succeed.
These days I cannot define my day because I have no idea what one is supposed to do in this situation, what is expected. Without that target I find my days have become rudderless, without direction or purpose. I know I have cognitive defects and that doesn't leave a lot of room in the job description. Without that description, how do I know what to work harder on, what I am succeeding on, failing at, etc. I just don't know, the doctors don't have one and my wife is doing the Aerosmith thing with the concept of a "permanent vacation".
So please answer me, anyone reading these words....what is the job description of a progressively worse dementia patient (complicated by Parkinsons)? How can he or she measure and judge the quality of his or her remaining days?