Home Instead Senior Care

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Home Instead Senior Care
TypePrivate
IndustryNon-medical in-home care for seniors
Founded1994
Founder(s)Paul and Lori Hogan
HeadquartersOmaha, Nebraska, US
Area servedWorldwide
Websitewww.homeinstead.com
 
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Home Instead Senior Care
TypePrivate
IndustryNon-medical in-home care for seniors
Founded1994
Founder(s)Paul and Lori Hogan
HeadquartersOmaha, Nebraska, US
Area servedWorldwide
Websitewww.homeinstead.com

Home Instead Senior Care is an American-based multinational network of franchises specializing in non-medical in-home care for the elderly, in support of aging in place. Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, it is the largest senior care franchise in the world, with 850+ independently owned and operated offices worldwide.

History[edit]

Paul and Lori Hogan founded the firm in 1994. The firm has been cited for its business success by organizations such as the Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine, Franchise Times,[1] Inc. magazine, the International Franchise Association, and TIME Magazine.[2] CEO Paul Hogan was named Entrepreneur of the Year by the International Franchise Association.[3]

In 2011 & 2012, the Home Instead Senior Care® network was listed No. 1 overall in franchisee satisfaction among all categories, as announced by Franchise Business Review. The announcement of the 2012 Top Franchises was made recently by Franchise Business Review at the International Franchise Association conference in Orlando.

Charitable Giving[edit]

In 2003 The Home Instead Senior Care Foundation[4] was established as a means to further enhance the health, safety, support services and lives of seniors. The Foundation funds non-profit organizations that specialize in programs and services for seniors, including research and development, education, scholarships, and/or advocacy for the health and well being of the elderly.

As of 2010, The Home Instead Senior Care Foundation had awarded 86 grants totaling more than $875,000+

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Jonathan Maze (2008-10-01). "Economic insight: Franchise Times Top 200". Franchise Times Corporation. Retrieved 2009-09-22. 
  2. ^ Francine Russo (2009-09-14). "Franchising the Care and Feeding of Grandma". TIME Inc. Retrieved 2009-09-22. 
  3. ^ "Home Instead Senior Care Founder named Entrepreneur of the Year". The Franchise magazine. Retrieved 2009-03-12. 
  4. ^ http://www.homeinsteadseniorcarefoundation.org
  5. ^ http://www.stagesofseniorcare.com

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