"I am continually struck by the professionalism, high level of caring and exemplary caregivers that I have met from Home Instead. My mom couldn't live without them, and neither could I.
day, all across America, families are struggling to cope. Many are
raising children, working demanding jobs and trying to care for a senior
family member. These Americans are often called the "Sandwich
Generation", and they are growing in record numbers. That's because
America is aging in record numbers.
By the year 2020, the number of seniors will equal the number of
20 to 35 year olds. Advances in medicine and healthier lifestyles will
help seniors work longer and continue to lead more productive lives.
But the numbers also tell another story. More and more children need to
help care for their parents. These family caregivers eventually run
out of hours in the day, the stress becomes too great and the balance is
Meet our team below. We are committed to helping our local families and friends to meet the increasing demands of elder care.
Michael graduated from the Kelley
School of Business in Indianapolis, earning degrees in management and
human resources management. He spent the next four years working in
management, customer service, sales and education before moving to
Evansville in 2013.
Michael comes from a family of ten children.
He enjoys working out, coffee with friends and can be found taking
photos with wife Brooke on the weekends.
Ask Michael why he loves
working at Home Instead Senior Care and he’ll tell you. “The people.
Every person’s story is different, so each day is an adventure.
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