My husband is in the early to moderate stage of dementia and as a very successful pastor, teacher and leader for over 50 years, he is still wanting to do the things he has been doing since retiring from the active pastorate. We started a small training and consulting business in our basement that was going well, plus a bible study group in our home. All of this began winding down when he was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2012, but resumed somewhat as he recovered. Now he is wanting to keep doing these things, even though he is not capable of it. He doesn't know or understand (or doesn't want to know) what is wrong with him, so he just continues to say that he is fine and needs to get on with his work, etc. But this involves sending out emails to people (we still have one employee that he asks to do this) and asking them to attend our bible study and help him plan training events, etc. I try to go along with it as much as possible, but when it involves other people, I am concerned. I've tried to let key people know what is going on, and I've told our employee to limit the number of people these emails go out to, and sometimes even told her to not send them. But I don't know how to handle this if it continues on for months, or even years! And worse--how do I handle him when none of this comes to fruition? He wants to call local church pastors to ask to use their space for the training events. I don't know whether to just let him, and then do damage control afterwards, or what. Any suggestions?