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Clark Paradise, an 85-year-old volunteer from Toms River, N.J., who founded a growing mission for the homeless in his community, has been honored as the national winner of the Home Instead Senior Care® network's Salute to Senior Service(SM) award.
Dementia is generally defined as the loss of cognitive or mental functions. Common symptoms include impaired thinking, memory loss, and poor reasoning abilities.
The Alzheimer’s Association reports that nearly half of those over age 85 have Alzheimer’s disease, an incurable condition that robs seniors of their minds and eventually their lives.
Home Instead Senior Care today announces the launch of a groundbreaking online Alzheimer's training program, Alzheimer's CARE.
A new program is bringing hope to family caregivers who are struggling to help senior loved ones with the challenging behaviors of Alzheimer’s disease remain home longer.
According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, family-owned businesses account for 90 percent of all businesses in the U.S. (large and small) and continue to be a powerful force.
The three finalists in the Home Instead Senior Care® network’s “I Will Remember For You Family Reunion Giveaway” Contest have shared their stories about how Alzheimer’s has impacted their lives.
For the second consecutive year, the Home Instead Senior Care® network was listed No. 1 overall in franchisee satisfaction among all categories, as announced by Franchise Business Review in mid-February.
There are three families with three distinctly different stories about how Alzheimer’s disease has affected them, but only one can win a family reunion that will honor their loved one’s life.Online voting is under way in the Home Instead...
Entrepreneurs looking to start a business have the potential to realize their dreams more quickly by making the most of the existing resources of an established franchise business.
Home Instead Senior Care® network has created a six-part video series, “Diabetes in Older Adults,” which presents a broad view of the incurable disease from prevention to management.
A majority of older volunteers put their money where their time is by helping to boost the coffers of the organizations where they volunteer, according to research conducted by the Home Instead Senior Care® network.
Tim Connelly, North America Franchise Development Director for Home Instead, Inc., franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care® network, said home care companies will likely see mushrooming opportunities during the next eight years.
The Home Instead Senior Care® network has announced the Salute to Senior Service(SM) program to honor older adults who are donating their time, talents and resources to make their world a better place.
The Home Instead Senior Care® network has announced the Salute to Senior ServiceSM program to honor these older adults who go the extra mile to make a difference for charities and community service projects throughout North America.
Baby Boomers, who once said "don't trust anyone over 30," now think old age doesn't start until 77, according to a study by Marist Institute for Public Opinion conducted for Home Instead Senior Care.
Even though Congress increased the debt ceiling earlier this year, allowing older adults to get Social Security checks on time, seniors face financial challenges that could contribute to a bleak holiday.
It seems like the same story every holiday. What does an older loved one who seems to have everything want for Christmas? Consider that a senior could be missing something that may be difficult to put a bow on: companionship.
Laid off or just tired of working for someone else? Would-be entrepreneurs may not believe they have the financial wherewithal to start a business, especially in the current credit crunch. But franchising can be one way to make it happen.
Home Instead Senior Care®, the world's largest provider of non-medical in-home care and companionship services for seniors, has expanded into Italy.
As Baby Boomers begin to turn 65 on January 1, 71 percent of Americans believe they should be encouraged to work past normal retirement age, according to survey conducted by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion.
The Home Instead Senior Care® network, the world's largest provider of non-medical in-home care for seniors, is now offering free continuing education credits (CEUs) in conjunction with the organization's Family Caregiver Support Webinar Series progra
Judy Bergado of Roselle Park, N.J., is one example of the situations described in a recent "Caregiving in the U.S." survey. She's the primary family caregiver for her 88-year-old father. She also is a thousand miles away from her widowed and ailing dad, w
The Home Instead Senior Care office serving the greater Phoenix area has launched a new program designed to help area families cope with the responsibilities of caring for aging loved ones.
During much of his young career, Joe Sanders had reaped the rewards of a savvy business head, strong work ethic and good fortune. Stints as a stock broker, a Proctor & Gamble salesman and furniture entrepreneur led to his most successful business...

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