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ABC News Features Home Instead Senior Care®
Home Instead Senior Care is featured on ABC’s World News with Diane Sawyer in a series titled, “Families on the Brink: What to Do About Mom and Dad…?” The segment identifies some of the challenges adults face when caring for their aging parents, and suggests caregiving services from Home Instead as a potential solution.
Watch the Video and read the article: Families on the Brink: What to Do About Mom and Dad…?
Paul Hogan interviewed on KKZZ AM 1400
Listen to the interview: Paul Hogan interview on KKZZ AM 1400
Paul Hogan featured on Fox Business Channel
Home Instead Senior Care Chairman Paul Hogan talks to FoxBusiness.com about the the cost of Senior Care, the benefits of caring for seniors at home, the book Stages of Senior Care and more. Interview aired on Monday, June 14, 2010 from the Home Instead Senior Care home office in Omaha, Nebraska.
Video: Real Cost of Senior Care
Paul Hogan featured on Family Caregivers Unite! with Dr. Gordon Atherley
Paul Hogan talks with Dr. Gordon Atherley on the Family Caregivers Unite! talk show. Paul is joined on the show by Home Instead Senior Care North Toronto franchise owner Sharon Galway to discuss the Stages of Senior Care and the challenges faced by family caregivers.
Interview: Interview with Dr. Gordon Atherley
Paul Hogan featured on WFPL
Interview: Interview on WFPL
Paul Hogan featured in US News & Report
Paul Hogan talks Senior Care and Stages of Senior Care on CNBC
Home Instead Senior Care CEO Paul Hogan talks to CNBC about the U.S. Budget Office estimate that the new health-care law could cost more than $1 trillion. Paul discusses the company’s recent return to double-digit growth, the money-saving option of keeping the elderly in their own homes and the need for in-home senior care in the future.
Paul Hogan talks to Forbes.com
Home Instead Senior Care Founder and CEO Paul Hogan talks with Forbes Executive Editor Neil Weinberg about the benefits of home care services for seniors. Hogan addresses the cost of in-home care compared to traditional facilities such as nursing homes and also touches on the benefits of long-term care insurance.
Home Instead Senior Care featured in New York Times
PROVIDENCE, R.I. One recent morning Antonia Antonaccio, a home care aide, got a call to help an elderly couple whose regular aide could not make it. The regular aide, who is 68 years old, had thrown out her back.
Ms. Antonaccio said she empathized. Sometimes her legs hurt from going up and down stairs. “But it’s nothing I pay attention to,” she said. “I don’t have the time.”
Woman’s Day feaures Paul Hogan and Home Instead Senior Care
A sudden stroke or fall can alter an adult child’s life quickly, so it’s important to have the caregiver conversation when everything is still fine. Use the 40/70 rule, suggests Paul Hogan, coauthor of Stages of Senior Care. When you’re 40 or your parents are 70, talk to them about their preferences. Then have them get these must-have advance directives in order with the help of an attorney: a living will (a legal document that spells out your parent’s medical wishes if he or she is incapacitated) and a health care proxy…
Article: How to Care for Aging Parents