Explore Your Senior Care Franchising Opportunities

Meet Growing Needs, Today and Tomorrow

with your at-home senior care franchise 

Did you know that 83.7 million people will be age 65 or older by 2050? That’s 1 in 5 Americans – almost double the number in 2012.[1] This older population already strongly influences needed services, family structures, and the American landscape as a whole.

Moreover, seniors want to stay in their own homes as they age.[2]  Aging in place, however, often means seniors need help with everyday activities at home. And families need peace of mind that their loved ones have the care and services they need to safely lead dignified and independent lives.

Our business model gives you an opportunity to provide flexible, at-home care solutions according to your clients’ individual needs – while you operate an effective, service-oriented business:

  • Tailored, non-medical services, including hourly care and live-in services, companionship, meal preparation, medication reminders, laundry, light housekeeping, errands, personal hygiene, and more.
  • Multiple clients and service offerings from dementia and Alzheimer’s care to rehabilitation, transitional and hospice care.
  • A range of home settings from private residences to rehabilitation and residential facilities.

We are dedicated to supporting you every step of the way. The tools and support we provide our franchise owners ensure from the start that you enjoy a deeply rewarding experience – while you build a rewarding business.

If you share our vision to bring comfort to those in need, it’s time to take the next step. Secure your place with a compassionate organization that is primed for growth.

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[1] “Baby Boomers Approach Age 65 – Glumly; Survey Findings about America’s Largest Generation,” D’Vera Cohn and Paul Taylor, Pew Research Center, December 20, 2010

[2] American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) http://www.aarp.org/content/dam/aarp/livable-communities/learn/research/the-united-states-of-aging-survey-2012-aarp.pdf