Is Owning a Senior Care Franchise Right For You
Chances are that you have visited a business of some type recently without realizing it was actually part of a franchise. Franchises are found on many business corners and take on a variety of business activities from the selling of goods to the provision of services.
Generally, a franchise is where one party, the franchisor, grants and enters into a contractual business relationship with another party, the franchisee, in exchange for the rights to use its trademark, business systems, process and receive training in the operations of the business. In exchange, the franchisee usually pays a one-time franchise fee plus a percentage of sales revenue as royalty. Essentially, a franchise offers small business ownership with a big business benefit.
With Preferred Care at Home, you don’t necessarily need home care experience to own a franchise. We will provide you with all of the needed training along with a business model to be positioned for optimum success.
Here are some questions to ask yourself.
- Are you willing and able to take on the responsibilities of managing your own business?
- Will you enjoy the franchise culture?
- Are you willing to completely follow the franchise system along with all of its requirements?
- Do you have a history of success in dealing and interacting with people?
- Do you have the resources available to you to afford the franchise fee and operational costs?
- Do you like the franchisor and their staff—those people with whom you will be relying on to receive training and support?
- Do you have a support system at home?
- Do you have a heart for the ailing?
- Do you notice seniors in your community currently being serviced by caregivers?
- Do you feel called to care for the widowed and those in a health compromised situations?
At the end of the day, Preferred Care at Home offers you a chance to make a difference in the lives of others while significantly helping you and your family. Many have said that helping seniors stay in their own homes affordably is more than a business — it’s a service to the community for which the rewards are more than just monetary.
If you have answered yes to many of the above questions, consider scheduling a complimentary one-on-one call with the co-founder. We will quickly let you know if Preferred Care at Home is something to continue exploring further.