A Booming Industry
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, beginning in 2010 and continuing over the next 20 years, an average of 10,000 people per day on average turning will turn age 65 per day. And according to the AARP, 67% of them will need some type of long-term care in the future. Only five percent (5%) reside or will reside in nursing homes. Some live in assisted living facilities or in hospice, but the majority of America’s aging population will age remain at home and will need in-home care.
One in three Americans voluntarily provides unpaid, informal care each year to one or more ill or disabled family members or friends. The need for Senior Care Franchises is significant, and will only continue to rise as the Baby Boomers generation reach their senior years.
Assisting Hands Home Care® couples proven marketing strategies with quality care to generate customer referrals. By building strong relationships with referral sources and understanding how to communicate successfully with them, our franchisees continue to grow their business with a high rate of satisfied customers.