What I Imagine It’s Like to Be My Family Member With Alzheimer’s
The Alzheimer’s-afflicted don’t get enough empathy.
The problem is, they can’t communicate themselves as well as they once could. Furthermore, they’re outnumbered by the non-Alzheimer’s-afflicted. Nobody around them knows what it’s like to have your brain slowly decay. Those around them are likely to view them as if aliens, in a way.