Senior population continues to grow and the desire to stay at home continues to increase. With the over-65 population projected to double by 2030 in America alone, more and more families around the world are in need of in-home senior care. One of the continued trends in healthcare today is for hospitals to reduce costs by getting people back into their homes faster and helping them stay there longer.People aren’t just growing older; they’re also living longer thanks to an increased commitment to health and wellness, as well as advancements in medicine. Increased life expectancy rates among men and women mean many will need medical and non-medical assistance in order to remain independent.Fulfilling this crucial need community by community are several senior care franchise networks. This presents an opportunity to own a franchise business that offers not only growth potential, but also the personal satisfaction of knowing your services make a difference for seniors who want to stay in their homes as they age.Here are three successful senior care franchises:BrightStar Care. Ranked the No.1 Fastest-Growing Women-led Company in 2012 by Wall Street Journal, BrightStar is a unique international franchise brand that can provide the full continuum of care – including… Read full this story
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