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Home care Franchises provide individuals or entrepreneurs with the opportunity to operate a home care agency under and already established business model.
Home care franchises provide a non-medical care services to individuals who require help and support enabling them to stay in their own home rather than having to go into a care home.
Franchisees benefit from the brand recognition and reputation of the Franchisor. This can help attract clients and caregivers to their home care franchise business.
Established home care franchise often have a strong presence in the local community and franchisees can benefit from national or regional advertising campaigns.
In order to run a successful Home Care Franchise, you will receive comprehensive training and support. This will help franchisees establish and operate their home care business successfully.
Training will often include business operations, staff recruitment, client care protocols, compliance and regulations and lots more.
Due to increasing cost of care homes, more and more people are looking to remain at home. Together with an aging population and increasing demand for in-home care services, franchisees have plenty of opportunity to expand their business by opening additional home care services in nearby areas.
Home Care Franchises generate revenue by charging clients for their services which often include hour rates for the caregivers employed by the franchisee together with additional costs for specialised care needs. The earning potential for a Home Care Franchise can be substantial given the high demand for the services.
Home Care Franchises can often require a good level of investment. Established and well known care franchises often have a franchisee fee of at least £15,000. You will then need additional funding to cover staff wages and other initial overheads.
Most banks, subject to terms and conditions will lend up to 70% of the overall cost to set up a franchise. Most franchisors have good relationships with banks and will help you submit a business plan and application for funding.
There are also various other methods available in order to fund a home care franchise. However, with any franchise, it is essential that you carry out the necessary research with regard to the right franchise and investment.