Critical Questions About Running A Home Care Assistance Franchise In 2020
Today’s post answers 4 common questions about opening and operating a home care assistance franchise in 2020, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on or call 1-(855)-393-2372 to speak with a representative.
How Does COVID-19 Affect Home Care Assistance Franchises?
The COVID-19 pandemic demands change. But for adaptive home care assistance franchises, opportunities abound.
Coronavirus concerns and stay-at-home orders are driving demand for home care higher than ever before, experts wrote in a May 23 NBC news report. Adaptive care businesses that implement proper safety practices can make a huge difference for their communities.
Executive Care and other home care assistance franchises are now playing a crucial role in slowing the spread while keeping America’s seniors and dependent populations safe. In order to safely meet America’s rising care needs, we have implemented all of the pandemic safety protocols outlined by the Center for Disease Control, along with a number of additional steps outlined in the Executive Care COVID-19 update.
The demand for qualified care has never been higher, and our team is working hard to help. If you want to learn more about starting a home care assistance franchise amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, call 1-(855)-393-2372 for a contactless consultation.
What Will It Cost Me To Invest In A Home Care Assistance Franchise?
Unprecedented times demand financial prudence. With the future of many industries now uncertain, it’s critical that you make smart investments promising strong returns.
The Executive Care home care assistance franchise opportunity typically costs between $99,650 and $161,900 for the initial investment. This includes the franchise fee, recommended operating capital, and cost of other necessities, such as advertising materials, website design, training, and office supplies.
Discounts are available for veterans and multiple territories. Call 1-(855)-393-2372 for an estimate, and get your investment questions answered in full.
Do I Need Senior Care Skills Or Experience To Run A Home Care Assistance Franchise?
No. Though prior senior care training and experience is an asset, it is unnecessary. Our training program is comprehensive, taking you in the classroom and on-the-job in a real Executive Care office, and it is completely tailored to the individual. Home care assistance franchise owners receive:
- Initial training
- Long-term business planning and development coaching
- Opening support
- Development and continuing education
- On-going support
- On-site visits
- Marketing and sales assistance
Do I Need To Be Involved In Daily Home Care Duties?
Our home care assistance franchise opportunity creates career flexibility. Some owners get involved in hands-on care, others focus on sales and marketing, and still others spend their time managing local care teams.
And these options come from just one of three main business models, the “single unit owner.” Investors also have the option of entering the system as multi-unit owners, which shifts their role largely to administration. You can also invest in the Executive Model as a semi-absentee owner. Call 1-(855)-393-2372 to learn more about each of these options.
Learn More About Running A Home Care Assistance Franchise In 2020
Call 1-(855)-393-2372 or visit the Executive Care website to book a free consultation.