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Today is the International Day of Older Persons! It's an important day for everyone to recognize and say thank you to older people for their amazing contributions to the world, from mentoring and volunteering, to sharing experience, being in paid work and much more.
To acknowledge the occasion, we have just released our October SuperSeniors Newsletter, you can read it here: bit.ly...
The day is also special as it marks the start of the WHO’s Decade of Healthy Ageing 2020 to 2030, you can find out more about it here: bit.ly...
The idea of being able to make your own choice is great - I don't have a problem with that. But when so many professionals working in the end-of-life area make submissions against this legislation I have to ask the question - what am I missing? Perhaps there is a problem with this legislation.
Quoted from the Care Alliance: "There is no requirement that a person be competent at the point at which they make the final decision to end their life, unlike overseas jurisdictions such as Australia and Canada, which require that competence be assessed at the time of request and at the time of administration."
Whether you support or don't support the idea of euthanasia, you have to ask the question, is the legislation robust? Most professionals are saying 'no', it's not robust enough.