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Senior Care Franchise Opportunities

The U.S. population is growing larger – and older – with each passing year. With about 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring every day in the United States, the demand for quality senior care will only increase in the years ahead. In fact, the senior care industry already generates $400 billion annually and saves seniors an estimated $25 billion each year. Senior care franchises, not surprisingly, have grown to become a key pillar of elderly care in the United States.

Senior care franchises encompass more than just caregiving to elderly citizens. They also include mobility product design and installation to aid senior citizens in getting around, non-medical assistance, in-home care, relocation, downsizing services, and more. Often senior care and home services intertwine, as they complete many of the same tasks and duties. Many senior service franchises are beginning to expand their businesses to cover a broader span of services in order to give customers and clients more options.

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The senior care franchise industry generated revenue of $400 billion in year 2019

10,000 Baby Boomers retire every day in the U.S, so the demand for senior care facilities is skyrocketing

Because home caregivers save seniors an estimated $25 billion every year, the demand for senior caregivers is at an all-time high

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What is this franchise about?

Right At Home provides hands-on personal care, medical-care, companionship, and other senior services for your older loved ones in the comfort of their own home.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The home care services the franchise offers to its customers include physical assistance, hygiene, skilled nursing, home health aide, respite care, care for those with Alzheimers or Dementia, transportation, and more.

Their primary service, companionship and homemaking care, the Right At Home professionals serve as another body in the home that provides nonclinical assistance to those who need it.

Patients benefit from the socialization, mental cognitive stimulation, improvement in health, and safety supervision these services provide.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$49,500
Startup Costs:
$80,150 - $147,150
Revenue Range:
$0 - $1,000,000+
Royalty:
5%
Founded:
1995
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What is this franchise about?

Senior Care Authority provides senior placement and consulting services for customers looking for the best locations for their elderly loved ones. Franchisees help families place seniors in homes that provide the necessary care, supervision, and daily living needs.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The national team of Senior Care Advisors have spent time inspecting the best locations for their clients. This includes mid-larger size communities, residential homes, smaller communities, and more.

They meet with the staff and review state reports so they can advise you accordingly.

Their ElderCare Consulting service helps families with this challenging transition by doing research, talking to providers, handling the paperwork, and customizing the right program for your family.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$52,500
Startup Costs:
$20,000 - $82,400
Revenue Range:
$40,000 - $240,000
Royalty:
8%
Founded:
2009
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What is this franchise about?

Senior Helpers operates an in-home care agency that provides various in-home, non-medical, and personal assistance services for senior citizens.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Senior Helpers offers services that range from specialized care for those with chronic illness to companionship for seniors who want to continue their daily activities.

Their top services are Alzheimers and dementia care, companion care, transitional care, VA benefit assistance, surgery assistance, Parkinsons Care, personal care, chronic disease care, respite care, and end-of-life support.

No matter the service, Senior Helpers professionals come to the home and have received specialized training that certifies them in a certain type of care.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$49,500
Startup Costs:
$105,300 - $144,300
Revenue Range:
$74,832 - $7,470,984
Royalty:
5%
Founded:
2001
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What is this franchise about?

The Touching Hearts at Home franchise is a business that provides high quality, non-medical companion services for the elderly and individuals with disabilities.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Some of the services Touching Hearts provides are companionship, Alzheimers and Dementia Care, transportation, and meal preparation.

Touching Hearts meets with clients in-person to discuss the ideal care options for their loved one and design a customized care program.

Caregivers provide services for a few hours or 24 hours, 7-days-a-week, as well as weekends and holidays.

Initial Franchise Fee:
22,500
Startup Costs:
$33,950 - $50,000
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
5%
Founded:
1996
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What is this franchise about?

ACTi-Kare offers in-home services for senior citizens and families. ACTi-Kare assures the satisfaction of its clients with experienced and qualified staff members at each franchise location.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The business markets towards individuals 60 years old or older. Their qualified caregivers provide companionship and personal care services to clients in the comfort of their own homes.

Families know the caregivers will assist their loved ones in paying bills, household chores, transportation, pet, meal preparation, errands, and other daily activities.

Their mission is to allow seniors and other individuals in need of assistance to keep enjoying the activities they love and remain independent.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$19,750 - $42,500
Startup Costs:
$31,905 - $59,655
Revenue Range:
$101,765.40 - $1,145,845.41
Royalty:
3.0% - 5.0%
Founded:
2007
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What is this franchise about?

Accessibility for all is the number one priority for 101 Mobility, who designs and installs products that change the lives of those bearing physical limitations.


What does it sell and how is money made?

The franchise sells, rents, installs and services equipment like straight stairlifts, curved stairlifts, wheelchair ramps, platform lifts, patient lifts, and automobile lifts.

Mobility experts provide in-home consultations, certified mobility specialists who service and install equipment, short or long-term rental programs.

Complimentary one-year limited-service warranty with any new product purchase.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$10,000 - $60,000
Startup Costs:
$118,790 - $216,620
Revenue Range:
$38,840,037 - $46,196,256
Royalty:
5.0% - 7.0%
Founded:
2010
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What is this franchise about?

The home care franchise company provides seniors and others who need non-medical assistance in their home. The decision for what next step to take for an elderly loved one is a big one, but Assisting Hands Home Care is quality home care you can trust.


What does it sell and how is money made?

They provide exceptional in-home care services for clients at scheduled session times, up to 24 hours per day.

The caregivers facilitate a better quality of life for the clients while they are in the comfort of their own homes.

Personalized medical and non-medical care.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$156,500 - $503,000
Startup Costs:
$176,650 and $589,500
Revenue Range:
$124,338 - $3,633,358
Royalty:
4.0 - 5.0%
Founded:
2006
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What is this franchise about?

As the home care service industry continues to grow, so do the number of options for potential clients. However, what sets CareBuilders at Home apart from its competitors is their dependable caregivers who provide the highest quality of home care services to those in need of assistance in their daily lives.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Carebuilders offers services to seniors and those recovering from illnesses, surgery, and injury.

The company provides personalized accommodations based on their needs this includes assisting in mobility, medical compliance, or personal hygiene.

For elderly clients, they provide companions and other homemakers services.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$39,500
Startup Costs:
$288,700-$319,200
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
See FDD
Founded:
2012
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What is this franchise about?

Caring Matters Home Care is a quickly growing senior home care business created to enhance the quality of care provided to clients. Caring Matters Home Care offers non-medical senior and elder home care services.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Caring Matters offers a variety of services to those seeking non-medical assistance in their everyday lives.

This includes senior care, companionship, Alzheimers Dementia care, housekeeping, morning and evening care, recovery assistance, and more.

Clients seek assurance that their loved ones are in good hands, which is why Caring Matter only provides the best caregivers to their customers. Their staff have a passion for helping others and safety is their top priority.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$25,000
Startup Costs:
$40,000 - $80,000
Revenue Range:
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Royalty:
5.0%
Founded:
2002
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What is this franchise about?

Life transitions can only be successful when care and compassion are involved. Caring Transitions provides elders and families with the most trusted, respected and comprehensive downsizing, estate sales, and movement management solutions.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Caring Transitions gives families a peace of mind when it comes to managing all the details and relocation process for their elderly relatives. They offer clients relocation, downsizing, decluttering, estate sales, and online auction services.

Moving becomes less stressful with Caring Transitions relocation experts who match the layout of the new home to the old home so clients feel comfortable and settled.

Customers can request downsizing services like paper and document management, decluttering, sorting, donations, and professional move management.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$44,900
Startup Costs:
$58,912 - $82,712
Revenue Range:
See FDD
Royalty:
5.0%
Founded:
2006
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What is this franchise about?

Family members cant always be there 24/7 to assist their beloved elders. ComForCare Senior Services provides your loved ones with extra help where its needed, promising professional service.


What does it sell and how is money made?

ComForCares quality caregivers offer senior companionship and personal care, mobility assistance and safety supervision, transitional care, and more.

Every home care situation is different, which is why the franchise is proactive in understanding a clients needs and creating a comprehensive care plan.

The business completes an in-home assessment, performs supervisory visits, match elite caregivers to clients, and implements continuous communication.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$49,500
Startup Costs:
$96,150 - $223,750
Revenue Range:
$947,142 (median) & $1,350,638 (average)
Royalty:
5.0%
Founded:
2000
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What is this franchise about?

Unlike other home care services, First Light Home Care offers its services to a vast array of clients, including new mothers, disabled persons, children, and senior citizens.


What does it sell and how is money made?

For seniors, FirstLight provides companion care, personal care, dementia care, respite care, healthy brain services, and a travel companion program.

Depending on the need, clients can choose how many hours of care a loved one might need and FirstLight will help gauge the overall cost.

FirstLight provides rehabilitative services for those recovering from surgery, injury, or illness. Families with loved ones who have a disability can count on caregivers to provide assistance with comfort, compassion, and patience. New and busy moms can also pay for FirstLights services when they need help with household responsibilities.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$48,000
Startup Costs:
$110,881 - $167,876
Revenue Range:
$5,541.15 - $3,589,357.91
Royalty:
5.0%
Founded:
2009
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What is this franchise about?

Since 1996, Filta has been providing cooking oil micro filtration services around the world to restaurants and other food establishments. With over 7,000 customers each week, Filta has recycled over 1.2 billion pounds of oil.


What does it sell and how is money made?

As consumers try to be more environmentally conscious, they often turn to Filta for the best solutions. Filta offers three types of services: FiltaFry, FiltaDrain, and FiltaCool.

FiltaFry is cooking oil filtration and fryer management service that extends the life of your cooking oil and gets rid of grease bins forever. FiltaDrain prevents drain clogs and backups, it is 100% septic safe. FiltaCool sustainably controls humidity in cold storage environments.

Threats to the environment and our planet are rapidly increasing, but Filtas products allow consumers to dramatically reduce their impact and create a more eco-friendly world.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$39,950
Startup Costs:
$108,300 - $122,050
Revenue Range:
$124,338 - $3,633,358
Royalty:
$595/month
Founded:
1996
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What is this franchise about?

A caregiver for your loved one should be extremely compassionate, helpful, and thoughtful, like a member of your own family. Amada Senior Care makes sure your elders are taken care of with their abundant assisted living and care options.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Amada offers in-home caregivers to customers who are looking to provide their senior family members assistance with everyday tasks. This includes bathing, dressing, meal preparation, medication reminders, light housekeeping, exercise, errands, and non-medical help.

Amada also helps families narrow down their housing options and what best fits their family member's needs. The types of facilities include assisted living communities, senior care homes, independent living communities, large and small living communities, and more.

The senior care business provides state-of-the-art technology that helps families take care of their loved ones from anywhere. The BeClose with Amada system provides information on daily activities, behavioral pattern reports, and real-time changes in routine.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$42,000 - $48,000
Startup Costs:
$87,010 - $237,054
Revenue Range:
$3,409,970 - $6,138,975
Royalty:
5%
Founded:
2012
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What is this franchise about?

Caring Senior Service has been proudly serving seniors for over 25 years. With their wide range of assistance services, they ensure the lifestyles of their seniors remain safe and independent.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Some of the services Caring Senior offers clients include personal care, transportation, meal preparation, medication reminders, companionship, light housekeeping, and more.

There are also special programs for seniors who have certain health issues or chronic conditions, such as Alzheimers, Dementia, Fall Risk, or Stroke.

Regardless of the service, Caring Senior Service charges one flat, hourly rate.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$41,500
Startup Costs:
$99,465 - $142,370
Revenue Range:
$180,189 - $2,060,858
Royalty:
5%
Founded:
2001
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What is this franchise about?

Finding the right care for your elderly loved ones can be a difficult process. Golden Heart Senior Care wants to make this transition as smooth as possible with its many services and compassionate caregivers.


What does it sell and how is money made?

Golden Heart Senior Care provides non-medical care for their clients in the comfort of their own homes. This includes companionship, deep house cleaning, meal preparation, personal care needs, assistance for independence, and more.

Golden Hearts caregivers specialize in complex care needs, such as Alzheimers and various forms of dementia.

They coordinate with medical professionals to effectively manage your loved ones needs.

Initial Franchise Fee:
$35,000
Startup Costs:
$49,325 - $80,650
Revenue Range:
$154,395 - $1,936,359
Royalty:
6%
Founded:
2009
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