Home InsteadĀ® Serves Seniors by Building a World Ready to CareĀ®

Home Instead, the world's leading provider in home care, exists to create a world where all people can age with greater hope and success. Our purpose goes beyond our home care services; It’s how we serve all aging adults across the world. It's grounded in our purpose to expand the world's capacity to care, which drives us to fearlessly create today, the world we want to grow older in tomorrow.

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Three Ways We're Making the World Ready to Care

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Inspiring People to Give

Less than 2% of funding from the nation’s largest grant makers is focused on aging adult-related causes. Home Instead Charities seeks to change that by partnering with charitable organizations providing critical resources to aging adults such as food, shelter, social activities, medical care, or transportation and more.

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Encouraging People to Learn

When we’re able to understand the issues facing older adults, we’re better equipped to address today’s most pressing issues and improve the outcome for future generations.

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Empowering People to Serve

One of the most devastating issues facing older adults is something each of us can address: Loneliness. Simple acts of kindness and connection can make a big impact on a senior's day.

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About Home Instead

Founded in 1994, the Home Instead® franchise network provides personalized care, support and education to aging adults and their families. Today, the network is the world's leading provider of in-home care services for seniors, with more than 1,200 independently owned and operated franchises that provide more than 90 million hours of care annually throughout the United States, Canada and 11 other countries.