Opportunity Knocks with Non Medical Home Healthcare Franchise

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Today’s post outlines the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that the senior care industry is currently presenting. Read on to learn why there’s never been a better time to start a non medical home healthcare franchise.

America’s Senior Population is Bigger than Ever–And Growing Fast

If you’re reading this post and researching non medical home healthcare franchise opportunities, you probably already know about the unprecedented growth of America’s senior population. But maybe you don’t fully understand the rate at which it’s happening…

If we look back to the 1900s, only 4% of the American population was 65 or older (Spitzer et al., 2004, p. 22). Medical science at the time was rather limited, and its focus was solely on treating acute, episodic illness because people just weren’t living long enough to develop chronic illnesses or need long-term care. We definitely would not have recommended starting a non medical home healthcare franchise in the early 20th century…

But within 100 years, things changed. The number of elderly Americans had more than tripled, so that 12.6% of the total population of America was over the age of 65 by the year 2000 (Spitzer et al., 2004, p. 23). The over-80 population surged over this period, too, which placed new demands on the healthcare system, who scrambled to develop long-term care services for this burgeoning demographic.

If this was the extent of the senior population growth, it would certainly still be in your best interest to invest in a non medical home healthcare franchise. After all, the majority of older Americans–more than 90% according to an AARP survey–want to “age in place” in the comfort of their own homes.

But that’s nowhere near the extent of senior population growth. Demographic projections now insist that 1 in 5 Americans will be over the age of 65 by the year 2030, and this growth will continue for the foreseeable future.

So what does that mean for your prospective non medical home healthcare franchise?

Unprecedented senior population size means unprecedented demand for long-term care services. And that means there has never been a better time to launch your dream business.

Think you Need Experience to Start A Non Medical Home Healthcare Franchise? Think Again!

Starting a non medical home healthcare business on your own without any relevant experience would be financially irresponsible and borderline unethical.

But non medical home healthcare franchises are designed differently–in fact, they’re meant for entrepreneurs like you, people with strong work ethic and positive attitudes who just need the right training.

At Executive Care, some of our most successful non medical home healthcare franchise owners entered into the system with no experience in senior care or sales. Our top-tier training and responsive, round-the-clock support services are designed to give you all the knowledge, tools, and resources you’ll ever need.

Learn More About our Non Medical Home Healthcare Franchise

Our franchise opportunity is affordable and accessible, so long as you have the right attitude and a sincere interest in caring for America’s elderly population. You can find full investment details and market analyses on our website at https://executivehomecarefranchise.com/faq/. Book a free consultation online or call (888) 963-9133 to learn more–opportunity is knocking, will you answer?

References

Liu, K., Manton, K. G., & Aragon, C. (2000). Changes in home care use by disabled elderly persons: 1982–1994. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 55(4), S245-S253.

Spitzer, W. J., Neuman, K., & Holden, G. (2004). The coming of age for assisted living care: New options for senior housing and social work practice. Social Work in Health Care, 38(3), 21-45.