Paul and Lori Hogan, Co-Founders of Home Instead Senior Care To Be Guests on 700 Club

Share Article

Paul and Lori Hogan, Co-Founders of Home Instead Senior Care will be guests on the popular television program, The 700 Club, on Tuesday, October 14.

Paul and Lori Hogan, Co-Founders of Home Instead Senior Care will be guests on the popular television program, The 700 Club, on Tuesday, October 14.

The segment of the program will profile Home Instead Senior Care and feature a discussion about The 40/70 Rule, a guide to overcoming communication barriers between Seniors and their Boomer children.

It was Paul Hogan's own family experience caring for his grandmother for 12 years that made him realize the need for non-medical home care and elder companionship services to help seniors live independently at home. The couple began Home Instead Senior Care in 1994.

Today, the Home Instead Senior Care franchise offices employ nearly 60,000 trained CAREGivers who provide millions of hours of elder care services annually through more than 60 home care activities that include companionship, meal preparation, medication reminders, light housekeeping, errands and shopping.

Dependability, quality of care and accountability have earned Home Instead Senior Care a deep level of trust with clients, their family members and friends, and thousands of home health care, assisted living, medical and social elder care organizations throughout the world. The Home Instead Senior Care network's mission is a passion to be the world's trusted source of companionship and home care for seniors.

The 700 Club is a mix of news and commentary, interviews, feature stories, and Christian ministry. Seen in 95 percent of the television markets across the United States, the program is carried on ABC Family Channel cable network, FamilyNet, Trinity Broadcasting Network, and numerous U.S. television stations and is seen daily by approximately one million viewers.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Dan Wieberg
Visit website