Thriving Home Care Industry
The home care industry is still in its early stages of growth and holds a wealth of opportunity for those interested in a vital-compelling business model.
• 10,000 Baby Boomers are Turning 65 Every Day Through 2030
• The Average Life Expectancy Of The Senior Population Is 84
• In 2010, The Senior Care Market Was a $16 Billion Business
In-home care services can be provided to people of any age, yet the vast majority of the clients served are America's seniors. At 49 million, those over the age of 65 currently represent 20% of the US population. As the baby boomers (born in the US between 1946 and 1964) continue to age, their numbers will increase the senior market to represent one-quarter of the US population.
Rewards of Owning your ABS Franchise
Additional revenue streams. Seniors and their family members utilize many different options to find care. Our model includes:
• Traditional Home Care
• Assisted Living and Board and Care Placement
• The option to own ABS Senior Care, a complete internet caregiver referral company
Why choose A Better Solution? Lia Smith-Pratt is a working owner, who knows firsthand the potential challenges of home care and has created solutions for your success. Lia began her career as a caregiver and has been in the business for over 25 years. "I am excited everyday to make our care better, to keep our seniors healthy and independent as possible, and to infuse the government with knowledge that these people are not forgotten." Out of her deep commitment to seniors, she established A Better Solution in Home Care, Inc. and has grown it into a multi-million dollar operation.
High-Demand Franchise Opportunity
Nearly a quarter of all American adults currently provide some kind of daily assistance to a family member. A Better Solution In Home Care enables seniors to live independently while bringing peace of mind to their families. Our caregivers serve those who don’t want to be placed in an institutional setting, or need a little more assistance in a facility or senior community, also those who prefer to convalesce and get assistance in the comfort of their own home, in order to maintain safety and independence.