Paul Hogan founded Home Instead Senior Care® with his wife Lori in 1994. Today, the franchise network is the world's leading provider of home care services for seniors, with more than 1,100 independently owned and operated franchise offices that provide more than 80 million hours of care annually. In 2016, Hogan became a member of the World Dementia Council (WDC), which was formed after the G8 Dementia Summit. The WDC had been supported by British Prime Minister David Cameron and the UK government and is now an independent body including 24 global leaders from all sectors.
The wissner-bosserhoff group and the Linet group have been closely linked for more than twenty years now. The companies are managed by LINET Group SE, based in the Netherlands. Operational activity is conducted in more than 110 countries with more than 1,500 employees at two productions sites, in Germany and the Czech Republic, as well as sales offices in Europe and the U.S. In the fiscal year 2017/2018, LINET Group SE made a net turn-over of approx. 252 million euros and, with approx. 90,000 high-quality nursing home and hospital beds, is Europe's leading provider.