Brad Cannon is the owner of several Home Instead Senior franchises in Kentucky and Tennessee. Home Instead Senior Care is the world’s largest provider of comprehensive, non-medical home care services for seniors. Brad’s businesses provide services to seniors with offices in Bowling Green, Kentucky and Franklin, TN. Brad opened Home Instead Senior Care in Bowling Green, Kentucky in June of 2002 as its only employee. Today his businesses employs more than 450 full and part-time employees, and is among the largest of the more than 1,000 franchise groups for Home Instead Senior Care worldwide.
Brad has made it a personal mission to be more than a local company. He ensures that he is part of the community in a multitude of ways. He leads the “Be a Santa to a Senior” program each year that gives thousands of local seniors Christmas gifts and he also leads his team to be a major contributor for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s each year. Being in business to serve seniors is the main objective for Home Instead Senior Care, but Brad has positioned himself as a local expert in the area of senior care overall.
"Home Instead Senior Care is personal to me because we are in the business of caring for others. The relationships that we have with our clients and their families are built on a foundation of trust. We have been the solution for so many different family circumstances since 2002 and we have been able to meet these personal needs of seniors with love and compassion. Home Instead Senior Care as a team is a group of people on a mission to help others and that is very personal. We all have been given free choice regarding our careers and this team has collectively chosen to help seniors and their families. I love what we do and I take seriously the trust that is bestowed upon us by each family that asks Home Instead to help."Click on the video below to hear more about why Home Instead Senior Care is ‘personal’ to Brad.
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