Exploring Human Potential

Smart Politicians Are Discovering Family Caregivers.

Mike Magee The 2020 elections are right around the corner – and the fight for advocates and constituents among the candidates is already engaged. Seniors have always been a target. But what about their caregivers? A new survey sheds light on the politics of this constituency. Conducted Oct. 21 to Oct. 26, 2019, by Hart […]

Remembering My Parents and the Reagan’s

Mike Magee The words on the May 7, 1992, University of Pennsylvania report, signed by psychiatrist Gary Gottlieb, could hardly have been more definitive. They read, “Dr. Magee’s pattern of results suggests moderate to severe diffuse global impairment with functions mediated by the temporal and frontal lobes being affected to a greater degree. His performance […]

The Day I Took My Doctor Dad Gambling.

My Dad and I Gambling (1995) Mike Magee Over the years, I’ve pretty much seen all sides of health care – doctors, nurses, managers, their families, their patients; unborn, born, young, not so young, old, really old; dying at birth, dying from trauma, dying from burns, dying from infection, dying from chronic disease, dying from […]

Demographic Crush Predicted To Overwhelm Family Caregivers.

Resource Paper:  HERE SUMMARY: “The Aging of the Baby Boom and the Growing Care Gap: A Look at Future Declines in the Availability of Family Caregivers Donald Redfoot, Lynn Feinberg, and Ari Houser AARP Public Policy Institute “This paper uses a “caregiver support ratio,” which is the number of potential caregivers aged 45–64 for each […]

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