When Paul Hogan and his wife Lori founded Home Instead Senior Care® in 1994, they ran the business from Paul’s mother’s dining room table. Things have changed a little since then.
Today, Home Instead Senior Care is the largest senior care organization in the world. The Home Instead Senior Care network includes more than 1,000 franchise offices in 17 global markets. As chairman, Paul advocates for the senior care industry and the Home Instead Senior Care brand.
Paul is a founding board member of the Home Care Association of America and the Home Instead Senior Care Foundation®, an organization providing financial support to non-profits dedicated to improving quality of life for seniors. He was also a founding member of the Nebraska chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization. In 2000, Paul was named Entrepreneur of the Year by the Nebraska Center for Entrepreneurship.
In 2005, Paul served as a delegate to the White House Conference on Aging. He was named Entrepreneur of the Year in 2006 by the International Franchise Association in recognition of his contribution to franchising.
In 2009, the Hogans entered into a partnership with the University of Nebraska Medical Center to serve as anchor donors for the Home Instead Center for Successful Aging, a hub of medical services, education, activities and research dedicated to seniors located on the UNMC campus in Omaha.
Paul joined the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Ageing in 2010 and currently serves as Vice Chairman. Home Instead Senior Care is also a member of the World Economic Forum as a Global Growth Company Partner.
Major media outlets frequently turn to Paul as an expert on franchising and aging issues.
Paul and Lori have four children; they live in Omaha, Nebraska.more » « less