NAMPA, Idaho (February 8, 2016) —In the past 12 months, Assisting Hands has added 16 new franchise units and two new area representatives, along with 41 percent growth over the last three years. Assisting Hands now has 95 units and seven area representatives.
“In-home senior care is one of the hottest industries today, but it’s also one of the most competitive,” said Lane Kofoed, president and CEO of Assisting Hands Home Care. “Franchise buyers want to align themselves with a franchise that has competitive differentiators, which they find in Assisting Hands Home Care. That’s why we have been experiencing this kind of growth.”
Assisting Hands offers differentiators such as homemaker-companion care, personal care, skilled care, temporary staffing, medical equipment, medical alert alarms and total care management. They are also one of the few senior care franchises that offers single or multi-unit and area representative opportunities.
Kofoed added that, while rapid growth is excellent, it adds a sense of responsibility to make sure that everyone succeeds and that each new franchise becomes a part of the family at Assisting Hands. The benefits of being a part of a growing franchise are found in the synergistic nature of marketing together and creating goodwill for Assisting Hands as a whole. It takes effort to be one of the fastest-growing franchises in the U.S., but the time we dedicate to building strong businesses and serving those in need will always be worth it.
About Assisting Hands Home Care
Assisting Hands Home Care began in 2005 and is based upon Dr. Gail Silverstein’s behind-the-scenes knowledge of the healthcare industry, coupled with her personal experience in helping her aging father at home. Dr. Silverstein created and began franchising Assisting Hands Home Care in 2006. To learn more, call 866-924-2442 or visit www.assistinghandsfranchise.com.