Michelle Brunell honored for outstanding business performance in Home Instead network

April 26, 2013 

Lee’s Summit business owner Michelle Brunell is being honored for outstanding business performance this week at the Home Instead Senior Care network’s annual convention.

The Home Instead Senior Care network is the world’s leading provider of non-medical in-home care and companionship to older adults with offices worldwide including eastern Jackson County, Lee’s Summit, Blue Springs, Independence, and Raytown areas.

Brunell is being recognized with a Presidential III award, at the April 24-27, international convention in Omaha, Neb. The award is presented for superior sales and service satisfaction.

“I am pleased to be honored for serving this area’s senior adults who represent such an important legacy to our community,” Brunell said. “We share this honor with our dedicated staff and care givers and thank them for their tireless service.”

This year’s Home Instead Senior Care meeting highlights the importance of facing the challenges of an aging population with a sense of urgency and understanding for the needs that are sure to come, considering the number of baby boomers who are becoming seniors each day. Franchise owners are providing a variety of new products, services, tools and programs designed to enhance their role as a valuable resource for seniors and family caregivers in their communities.

With more than 950 independently owned and operated franchises in 17 countries, including the U.S., the Home Instead Senior Care network is the world’s largest provider of non-medical in-home care and companionship services for seniors.

The network’s care givers, including those in Lee’s Summit, provide more than 45 million hours of client service each year through activities that include companionship, meal preparation, medication reminders, light housekeeping, errands and shopping.

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