Covers All Aspects of Your Business.
Office Procedures, Marketing, to a 5 year Support Coach
Why go with
a non-franchise agency?
differences between purchasing a franchise versus hiring Home Care
business consultants carefully before you commit to a Senior Care / Home
Care training firm... it could cost you dearly once your business takes
Consulting versus Franchise, the difference is clear!
||Home Sweet HomeCare
||$6,999 - $10,000
||$35,000 - $65,000 +
|Choices & Decisions
||Business Decision Maker
||Freedom & Options
|Website / Presence
||Corporate Franchise Site
||Pay the Franchise (6% of
Care Consulting Testimonials
Paid 1/3 the price for
triple the quality!
If you are looking for a
non-franchise Home Care business that cares about your success, I will
always recommend Home Sweet Home Care, Inc.
At the time I was looking
for a home health care franchise there were important factors I was
considering to make an informed decision. For example, some of the factors
Training with a good
Non-restricted business territory
Superb On-going Support and Assistance
Guidance from beginning to end of setup, training, launch, and growth
Affordable prices relative to competitors
I found Home Sweet Home as a
comfort zone for the success of my business from the time I contacted
them, through the training, and beyond. They provided personal assistance
even to the choice of name for the business, logo, web site, all the way
up to registering with the state.
Training was well presented
and informative, including bringing experts and resources for the success
and marketability of my Agency. When comparing apples-to-apples in terms
of pricing I actually paid 3 times less than I would have paid for other
Franchises! I really enjoyed and benefited from the one-on-one training.
If you are looking for a
senior health care franchise, consider the business consulting offered by
Home Sweet Home Care. They really care about your success, I highly
recommend Home Sweet Home Care! Thank you Delores & Fred!
Homecare in the US
According to recent studies,
the senior population is the fastest growing population in the world. By
the year 2020, one out of five Americans will be a senior. With the senior
population increasing dramatically, professional and non-medical agencies
providing in-home care for seniors are currently serving less than one
percent of all potential clients. That leaves a lot of potential clients
for you... 99% to be exact.
By 2030, the oldest of the
"Baby Boomers" will be 84 years of age while the youngest will be 65. Also
by 2030, there will be more than 65 million Americans 65 of older.
This booming population will
create a new consumer base for the services of homemaker companions.
Thus, the return on
investment in the homemaker companion industry will significantly expand
along with its consumer population.
How will my business work?
It's just three basic
Step One: The first step is
to recruit and train 5-10 caregivers, who are typically middle-aged or
older with some experience in the service field. These employees typically
enjoy the part-time flexible hours and enjoy working and caring for people
in a rewarding industry. Recruitment, screening, interviewing and
performing background checks will be a portion of your administrative
duties. After employing your caregivers, you now should utilize the
marketing and advertising skills you learned in your Home Sweet HomeCare
training. Our specialized "Game Plan" will assist you in targeting
potential clients in your area and help generate qualified leads through a
variety of marketing techniques.
Step Two: The second portion of client retrieval is client assessment.
This will entail scheduling appointments and assisting the client, as well
as proposing the proper care plans and matching compatible caregivers with
clients. With our specialized system, we have made this turnkey.
Step Three: The last step is to have the client sign the contract and pay
a refundable deposit. The hourly fees vary from $15-$20 per hour depending
on your area's standard of living. Hourly service contracts can vary as
well from a few hours a day to around-the-clock care.
What's included in my package?
We assist you with your new
business by providing...
Assistance Getting Started
We help you with your creation of your company
name, its incorporation, and licensing in your state
Home Sweet HomeCare will support you in every way
possible to make your business a success
We assist you with your business insurance
coverage at a reasonable cost. We work with a company specializing in
covering non-medical homecare with both liability and bonding
We assist you with your company's design and logo
The package includes 500 business brochures and
employee badge design, as well as 1,000 business cards
We provide web design at a low cost to you
Software and Paperwork
Scheduling software at a monthly cost (optional)
Professional web site at a wholesale price
Client assessment packets
Employee application packets
Take-home folders for prospective clients
All forms and contracts which encompass the
aspects of the homemaker companion agency
Unlimited telephone and email coaching
Free updates by request as the market, society,
and laws change
Includes comprehensive training and operating
All of the above and more
for a very affordable price. We will train at a
central agreed upon location in your city or online. We incur all
Hire Sweet in Home Care
today ... compared to franchises
that bill you so much more, not only initially, but for the rest of your
Home Care career we treat you like family. We want YOU to succeed!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need experience in
No experience necessary! No,
experience is not necessary, but you should be aware that this is a
service business and you will manage people. This industry is about
assisting those in need and is very rewarding, both emotionally and
Would my employees need
to be certified medically?
No, this is non-medical
homemaker companion care.
Do I need a business
requirements can vary from state to state, we will assist you in
determining what the laws are in your state.
What is my
Different factors influence
your income potential. Are you working full or part-time? Have you honed
your marketing and advertising skills to reach prospective clients? Have
you made the proper business and network connections in your community? If
you follow the Home Sweet HomeCare training and dedicate yourself to your
business, $50K to $100K should be attainable in the first year.
This rate of return will
increase substantially should you continue to commit yourself to Home
Sweet Homecare's business plan without deviation!
What will I
receive for my investment?
Our package includes an
extensive three day training course for you and an optional partner in
your hometown, owner's operating manuals, employer/contractor's manual,
orientation manual, company letters and forms, employee/contractor's
tests, brochures and business cards, and phone support for one year after
You will receive the
knowledge on how to own and operate your own homemaker companion agency
without royalties or territories!
I be trained?
We train in your town or
We would train at a central agreed upon location in your city. Home Sweet
HomeCare incurs all travel expenses.
What are the
start-up costs and total investment?
Your initial investment and
start-up cost vary call for pricing. To keep additional office costs to a minimum,
you may choose to start from a home office or rent a virtual office.
Is there a
real need for Home Care?
There is a need for Home
Care services, and that need is escalating and will become a factor to
reckon with, as the elderly population numbers continue to increase.
Part of this upsurge is due
Senior citizens are living longer and
“baby-boomers” are swiftly approaching their retirement years.
The development of Health Care Teams and Health
Care Providers enable people to be managed and monitored in their own
homes and communities.
Because of the high costs of health care in
hospitals, patients are being discharged early.
Many require short-term assistance at home, as
Care-in-home is more cost effective than care in
The quality of life improves for those people who
are able to remain in their own homes.
The burden on caregivers (family and/or friends
who are providing direct care to someone) is increasing. Often this can
result in caregiver burn out which, in turn, leads to the need for outside
There are global changes in health care needs, as
a result of non-communicable diseases, mental illness, injuries and the
continual growth of HIV and AIDS.
Research is increasing the availability and
effectiveness of treatments, medications and technology, which makes it
possible for people to be cared for at home rather than being cared for in
These issues continue to place an increasing
demand on the need for long-term care. Since health care costs will become
even more staggering, the provision in-home care continues to be a strong
Considering starting a business serving this market?
Never before in the history
of our country have there been so many seniors who need home care and so
many who also have the resources to pay for that care. 84% of all seniors
recently surveyed by AARP said they want to stay home as long as possible.
You could possibly represent the link to making that home care dream a
reality in your community.
The trends reveal an
abundance of new opportunities for entrepreneurs who want to combine
caring with nursing. Baby boomers – members of the generation born between
1946 and 1964 – are approaching 60. By the year 2020, 1 in 4 people in the
United States will be over the age of 65. The elderly population is
increasing at nearly twice the rate of the general population – the
85-plus segment will swell more than 33 percent by 2010.
The evolving needs of older
generations are having a major influence on what resources are necessary
to prepare for the social and economic impact of the “senior boom”.
Considering starting a business serving this market? Then you must know
how urgent the need is for senior services!
As people grow older, their
needs and lifestyles change. There comes a time when even healthy,
able-bodied seniors want to move from their larger homes into smaller ones
that are easier to care for, or they may consider retirement communities.
As their physical abilities naturally decline, seniors who want to stay in
their own homes look for outside assistance with daily tasks, such as
preparing meals, housekeeping, and managing personal hygiene. Seniors who
are no long able to drive may seek out reliable transportation to medical
appointments, social functions or shopping expeditions. And when seniors
are no longer able to live alone, they may move in with family members or
relocate to an assisted living facility. Almost 6.5 million seniors
currently need assistance with their daily activities, and this number is
expected to double by 2020.
1 in 4 will be over 65 by
The older population – persons 65 years or older – numbered 35.6 million
in 2002, representing 12.3 percent of the U.S. population, or about 1 in
every 8 Americans. By 2030, there will be about 71.5 million older
persons, more than twice the number in 2002.
The time to act is now!
does it really take to succeed?
We have been training and
supporting Home Care / Senior Care businesses nationwide for many years!
In our seasoned experience the following is what you, as an entrepreneur,
will need to succeed. You MUST be:
Have an entrepreneurial spirit
Ability to be flexible
Responsive to change
Understand Marketing and Sales
Understand people skills
Have a good business location
Have high standards for delivery of services
Proper hiring skills
Offer a greater variety of services
Possess a high level of knowledge and skills
Have a strong mission statement
Keep overhead low - we show you how
High principles of Right & Wrong
Have a strong desire to make a difference in the
lives of seniors
Follow the game plan we give you - and not only
will you avoid costly mistakes, you can be certain that you will flourish
in your area, as we have done for so many others!
Contact Home Sweet Home Care TODAY!
Fred & Delores
for visiting Home Sweet Home Care, Inc.