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February 09th 2010:Caring in Stages

Paul Hogan and Sharon Galway are with Home Instead Senior Care, the world’s largest senior-care business of its kind. Paul is co-founder of the Home Instead organization, headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska. He’s the author of the recent book, Stages of Senior Care, published by McGraw-Hill. Sharon owns the Home Instead Senior Care office in North Toronto, Ontario, where she fulfills her personal commitment to seniors’ independence and successful aging at home. Paul explains the stages of senior care, and how these relate to family caregivers. Sharon talks about the services she provides a

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Paul R. Hogan

Paul R. Hogan Founded in 1994 by Lori and Paul Hogan, Home Instead Senior Care grew into the largest senior-care business of its kind in the world. Since then, it has provided services to more than 500,000 seniors through a network of more than 800 franchise offices in North America, Europe and elsewhere. Paul was named the Entrepreneur of the Year for 2006 by the International Franchise Association. Paul and Lori’s success in exporting their home-care business concept was recognized in May 2008 at a White House ceremony, where they received the “E” Award of the US Department of Commerce. This is one of the highest honors the federal government presents for significant contributions to
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Sharon Galway

Sharon Galway Sharon, a Registered Nurse with a BSc degree, has over 30 years experience in health care, education and training. She has advocated for seniors as a regional Consultant with Ontario’s Strategy to Combat Elder Abuse. And she has worked as a Home Care Case Manager. While working in the community with seniors and through her advocacy and other work she recognized the need for new models of care, especially to help seniors to maintain their independence and to age well at home. Because Home Instead Senior Care’s model of care promotes the independence and successful aging at home of seniors and because its principles and values so closely align with her own, she dec
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