An Opportunity for Long-Term Success in the Fastest Growing Industry in America

For entrepreneurs, now is a better time than ever to invest in a home care franchise. According to a 2012 Bureau of Statistics report, the home care industry is the fastest growing industry in the entire United States. What’s more, demand for in-home care services like those provided by Always Best Care will only increase, as the proportion of our population over the age of 90 is still widening.

In fact, between now and 2050 the percentage of seniors (65 and older) will continue to grow while all other segments will decline (Source: Pew Research Center). Because 10,000 Americans turn 65 every day, there is an enormous opportunity for high-energy men and women to have success operating a non-medical home care franchise.

We are proud to say that Always Best Care Franchise owners continue to be more successful every year. Between 2010 and 2013, growth in franchise revenues outpaced territory growth by far, to the tune of 590.7%.

Our franchise owner’s success is due in large part to the training that they receive. Always Best Care’s training is divided into modules that combine field and classroom settings.  One-on-one coaching and web-based seminars are also provided, giving franchisees a well-rounded learning opportunity. Caregivers are fully screened, and are also given the opportunity to train non-medical home care skills, increasing the quality of the home care services that our franchise owners provide to the community.

If you are a driven, compassionate individual with a desire to make a difference in the community that you serve, download a FREE copy of our franchising eBook to learn more about franchising with Always Best Care. We’re dedicated to helping our franchise owners succeed…always.


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Forbes: Senior Care Industry Top Ranked as Best Franchise Opportunity in 2014

Over the last 60 years, the landscape of the franchise world has grown and evolved to an incredible degree. From franchise organizations offering pressure-washing and lawn care to those offering tax return preparation and even dog walking, it’s safe to say that if you have a need, there’s a franchise nearby that can provide that service for you.

Of all the different franchise models, one in particular is growing at an exponential rate: the senior care franchise industry. There were only 13 home care franchise brands in the year 2000, and that number has grown to 56 in-home care companies in 2014 according to industry research firm FRANdata.

Entrepreneurial men and woman that own home care franchises are more successful than ever before, and especially so for those who own an Always Best Care franchise. Revenue for ABC franchise owners jumped from $9,557,240 in 2010 to $66,010,543 in 2013 (Source: 2009-2014 Franchise Disclosure Documents).

Because in-home care franchises like Always Best Care have a low overhead model, generate potentially high revenues, and provide services to a rapidly growing demographic, the home care franchise industry is a very popular one. Always Best Care, in particular, offers franchise owners the benefit of a powerful combination of corporate training and field representatives who are invested in franchise owner success, as well as award-winning marketing solutions to grow their business.

If you’re ready to make a difference in your community, download our FREE franchising eBook to learn why our training, marketing, and support have grown our franchisee revenue so dramatically.


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Franchise with Always Best Care

Always Best Care offers franchise opportunities throughout the United States, plus Canada, Germany, Australia and the United Kingdom. Always Best Care has been synonymous with the highest standards of service since 1996, when founder Mike Newman realized the need for exceptional, trusted professional care for senior citizens. Now you can deliver the same high quality of services to people in your community by opening an Always Best Care franchise.

The number of senior citizens is growing at a robust pace. Each day, 10,000 Americans celebrate their 65th birthday. This means an Always Best Care franchisee can expect an ever-growing marketplace as more men and women reach retirement age.
A handful of these individuals need medical care; many more could benefit from non-medical home care, such as help with grooming or moving around the house. The non-medical home sector is enjoying an upward trend as these seniors and their families realize the benefits of non-medical home care.

As an Always Best Care franchise owner, you will benefit from three different revenue streams: Assisted living finder services, non-medical in-home care, and skilled home health care. This three-pronged approach to revenue allows you to increase your bottom-line in more than one way.

Learn more about senior care franchising and download a copy of our FREE senior care franchising eBook today!


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Senior Care Franchise Caregiver Tips for Working with Dementia Patients

Even the most skilled senior caregivers may find themselves occasionally frustrated when working with dementia and Alzheimer’s patients. While frustration and irritation may be normal emotional responses to the daily trials of caring for a dementia patient, it is critical for caregivers to remember their responsibility to respond to patients with kindness, understanding and professionalism at all times.

People with dementia can exhibit behaviors such as repetitive speech, questions and actions, paranoid behavior, incontinence, wandering, and verbal or physical aggression.

It’s important to keep in mind that you can’t control a dementia patient’s behavior, but you can control how you choose to respond to it.

Here are some tips for working with people with dementia:

  • Speak clearly and use simple words and sentences.  If the person doesn’t appear to understand you, repeat the question or statement. If he or she still doesn’t understand you, wait for a few moments and try rephrasing the question.
  • Limit distractions in order to get and keep the patient’s attention. Make sure to address the person by name. State your name and communicate slowly and clearly.
  • Ask simple, direct questions. Using visual cues and asking closed-ended questions that require simple yes or no responses are helpful.
  • Take things one step at a time. Breaking down tasks step-by-step can be helpful for those with dementia.  Use gentle reminders if the person forgets a step in the process.
  • Be aware of your body language and tone of voice, which communicate your mood and feelings more powerfully than words.  Use a gentle touch, tone of voice and body language to convey your message.
  • Be patient and understanding.

Remember that people with dementia may take longer to respond and accomplish tasks and may need you to repeat things several times. Managing any frustration you might feel is important for both you and the patient.

Working with patients with dementia can be challenging, but it can also be a rewarding experience to help those with special needs. With patience and understanding, caregivers of a senior care franchise can improve seniors’ quality of life.

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Exercise for Clients of a Home Care Franchise

An important element of overall health is regular exercise, the benefits of which extend well beyond physical health. Exercise is also vital to mental and emotional health, releasing a host of chemicals in the brain that improve mood and keep us mentally sharp.

Many seniors are nervous about exercising, out of fear of falling or otherwise injuring themselves. Some may have a heart or other condition that requires that they not over-exert themselves. The reality, however, is that not exercising is probably the greater threat to health, especially for older adults. In addition to the cardiovascular benefits, exercise improves muscle tone, balance and coordination, all essential in fall prevention.

Non-medical in-home care caregivers can play an important role in ensuring that seniors get healthy amounts of exercise by exercising with clients or monitoring clients during activity. Here are some examples:

Swimming/Aquatic Exercise — Swimming is an excellent low-impact exercise for seniors. If swimming is too difficult, stationary aquatic exercises are a good alternative. In-home care assistants can exercise with seniors in the pool or accompany seniors to classes.

Walking — Whether a gentle stroll, or a brisk stride, walking is excellent exercise that gets the heart pumping and improves core strength and muscle tone.

Chair Exercises — For folks who can’t walk or who have difficulty walking, chair exercises with or without a light pair of weights are an excellent alternative.

Exercise is an important part of overall health and longevity. assistant professional caregiver can help seniors maintain an exercise regimen, and stay healthy and happy at home.

Always Best Care is among the top home care franchises for seniors in the nation. Learn more about becoming a franchise owner by calling 855-430-CARE (2273).

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