Senior care franchising a great benefit
I am all did ask the question is senior care saturated ? There is already many well known senior Care Brands in my market. Is senior care franchising a great benefit?
This senior care industry is facing many challenges, but saturation is not one of the challenges. As more and more people joined the over 65 demographics group the demand for senior care continues to grow. And there are more and more families turning to senior care franchises to solve or at least help them to deal with the challenges of allowing their aging parents to age at home. From the simplest form of companionship care to very complex medical technicians and private duty nursing Families work to grant their parents with their greatest wish of remaining in their own home.
Recently The Daily Times published an article dealing with this issue by Peg DeGrassa , titled Secane woman calls longtime home health care nurse ‘her angel:
“Li sees about two patients a day. She has been a nurse at Pentec Health at 4 Creek Parkway in Boothwyn since 2000. Pentec Health specializes in in-home infusion services. The health care specialty company was recognized last month with a prestigious national designation for having a superior nursing culture. Pentec is the first-ever home health agency to receive a Pathways to Excellence Accreditation from the American Nursing Credentialing Center, a distinction usually reserved for hospitals and long term care facilities.”
Clearly both the caregiver and the client/patient are an inspiration to each other. We see more and more stories published every day about how senior care franchises impact positively the people that they help and their families.
Clearly the senior tour franchise business model and their care models are growing at a rate of 6% compared to non franchised care businesses going at only 2%. You don’t have to look very far to see health franchising has taken so many business models and have come to dominate this sectors of industry in which they do business.