Home Instead Senior Care Information:
An Incredibly Meaningful, Unique and Rewarding Franchise Opportunity.
Home Instead Senior Care is clearly the international leader in the non-medical senior care field. No other company has experienced the growth and acceptance that we have enjoyed since our founding in 1994. We are a network of more than 400 franchises operating in 45 states as well as Canada and Japan
A Clearly Defined Business
Home Instead Senior Care provides a meaningful solution for the elderly, who prefer to remain at home. Their quality of life is enhanced without the stress and hardships of interrupted routines and changes in their daily habits. Our part-time, full-time and around-the-clock services are designed for people who are capable of managing their physical needs, but require assistance, supervision, light housework, errands and/or companionship to remain in their homes.
No segment of the world’s population has as great an impact on society than those people 65 years of age and older.
Few companies – and particularly those in franchising – have capitalized on these opportunities. We have! Just look at the facts:
By 2030, one in five Americans will be 65 and in Japan, more than one in 10 citizens will be 85.
In the UK, among the fastest growing segments of the populations are people over 80. By 2040, there will be 4.9 million of them – double the number in the year 2000.
By year 2025, citizens over 65 years and older will increase by 47% in Germany and France. The forecasted figures are 19.8 million and 14 million, respectively.
In Australia, ‘baby-boomers’ will begin to reach old age in 2020. The number of people 65 years of age and older will have increased, but the number of working age people able to support them will not. By 2051, forecasters predict that the fastest-growing segment of the population will be people over 75 years of age – 3.2 million of them – triple what it was in 2001.
The aging of the world’s population will test governments’ abilities to address health care, retirement benefits and other senior issues. While government-subsidized in-home care for the elderly is not unique in the industrialized countries, the concept of private pay non-medical home care is fragmented. Home Instead Senior Care offers a private pay model to these markets.