Home Instead Senior Care celebrates its sixth anniversary

Ceinwen and Tom Price of the Home Instead Senior Care in Erie, Ottawa, Huron and Sandusky counties, are celebrating six years in business. Their company was founded in January 2006 as part of a franchise network that has become the largest of its kind in the world.
Home Instead Senior Care provides non-medical home care and companionship services for seniors, with more than 875 independently owned and operated franchises in 15 countries and 16 markets, spanning four continents.

Non-medical services include companionship, meal preparation, medication reminders, light housekeeping and escort for errands and shopping. The company’s CAREGiversSM are screened, trained, bonded, insured and have successfully passed thorough criminal background checks.
“After having cared for our mother, we realized the stress that being a family caregiver can cause” said Price. “We were delighted when we found the quality work that Home Instead Senior Care was providing in other areas of Ohio and wanted to bring the service to our local counties of Ottawa, Erie, Huron and Sandusky. We care for each client as if they were our parent.”
Ceinwen and Tom Price have built a local staff of dedicated CAREGivers and office personnel.
“We owe our success in large part to our dedicated staff,” Tom Price said. “We are especially excited about the innovative Alzheimer’s and dementia training that our CAREGiver’s will be receiving this year. This cutting-edge program will also contain a learning series for family members.:
“The strong company brand and reputation have helped establish Home Instead Senior Care locally,” Ceinwen Price said.  “The first advantage Home Instead Senior Care gave us was the opportunity to own the business, which was tremendous. Second, the company’s franchise formula provided us with a successful model, which served as a road map to help the business thrive.”
Home Instead Senior Care currently has representatives that are members of Kiwanis, The Alzheimer’s Walk Committee and Magruder Hospital Auxillary Board. The company takes great pride in spearheading the Be A Santa To A Senior program each holiday season. This program has delivered 2,000 gifts to Ottawa County seniors over the past six years.
For more information and interviews, or to learn about job opportunities with Home Instead Senior Care, contact Ceinwen Price at 419-734-5050.  To learn more about Home Instead Senior Care, log on to

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