Assisting Hands Home Care franchisees provide a variety of private duty in-home care and assistance to elderly and disabled adults, including: non-medical homemaker-companion and personal care; skilled nursing (optional); temporary staffing (optional), and certain medical equipment and home health aides. Franchisees hire and manage a team of caregivers and office staff, visit with referral sources, […]
Amramp is the only national company that provides in home estimates and also offers ramps to purchase or rent. With the retirement age increasing, seniors want and need to be mobile. Amramp, the leading U.S. Company specializing in modular steel ramps, helps to promote independence in seniors by offering specialized products to curtail the amount […]
ABC is the only senior care franchise in the industry that provides a turn-key staff management option. What does this mean? Faster launch, faster growth – a proven path to success. Franchisee can now stay focused full time on revenue producing activities – and not risk underachieving by trying to do both too soon. Bye-bye […]
Assisted Transition is a Senior Living Placement and Care Concierge service. Our owners help seniors find quality, local, long-term care including assisted living, skilled nursing facilities and home care, as well as additional senior oriented services. We are seeking compassionate, driven owners to join us in this “booming” market.
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