Make a Difference For Them and For You
The home care market is growing rapidly. In 2013, 14% of people in the US (44.7 million) were over 65 years old. By 2040, that percentage is expected to grow to 22%. As the elderly population gets bigger, so does the opportunity for MyElder’s advocate franchisees.
Make a difference in your community by helping others. Families will increasingly need someone with effective intervention and problem-solving techniques on their side. Our model allows franchisees to benefit from these demographics and help elders.
We love doing what we do, because we care about giving love.
What we do begins with love, providing concierge-level senior care services such as long-term care planning, eviction prevention, abuse and neglect prevention, home care placement and monitoring, and assisted-living facility and nursing home placement.
MyElder™’s advocates provide peace of mind to our clients and their families. We teach our franchisees how to assess situations and help families navigate through elder care issues and challenges.
And love is making us the next generation of elder care franchise for entrepreneurs looking to capitalize on the home health market without the challenges.
My Elder Advocate: Creating Multiple Revenue Streams
The HHA landscape is changing. More than ever, seniors and their loved ones need a place to turn. Someone they can trust. Someone who has their best interest in mind.
We’ve worked hard to be that for the aging population. But just as important, we’ve worked hard to be the same thing for our franchisees: a trustworthy partner with your interests in mind. By 2020, we plan to be the marketplace leader, helping 80,000 elders every year.
With our help, navigating in-home health aides, hospitals, assisted living, and nursing homes will no longer be a nightmare for elders and their families. At the same time, you can work with us to own and build a profitable business in this fast-growing market by accessing not just the current home care market, but multiple revenue streams across the fast-changing continuum of post-acute care for elders, without the challenges of an increasingly crowded HHA category.
According to GE Healthcare Camden Group, the spotlight will shine on post-acute care, thanks to population health management models and bundled payment. More transactions involving post-acute providers — home health, skilled nursing, rehabilitation, hospice — will create increased upheaval in this realm of healthcare.