Entrepreneurs wanted to join home care franchise’s social mission
Seniors Helping Seniors is looking to recruit socially-minded franchisees to run local elderly home care businesses
Seniors Helping Seniors, a “unique” franchise brand that provides elderly people with carers in their own age group, is currently looking to recruit franchisees to run operations in its network.
Having established itself as a successful franchise brand in the US, Seniors Helping Seniors launched in the UK four years ago with a view to provide carers aged 50 and over as a flexible care solution for elderly people who require support but wish to remain self-sufficient.
The franchise says its business model also gives mature carers “gratifying work” that combats post-retirement “reduced self-worth”.
Currently on an expansion driver, Seniors Helping Seniors is seeking socially-minded entrepreneurs to own and run home care businesses in their local areas, and says that working from home will be an option for new franchisee recruits.
The chain has suggested that “profit follows doing good” and asserts that franchisees who aim to make a positive difference to local lives are those that are most likely to succeed.
Christian Wilse, master license holder at Seniors Helping Seniors, said of the franchise opportunity:
“We provide a very well defined process to help people evaluate this business opportunity before starting out.
“Then we offer all of the systems, tools, processes and procedures to help build community based businesses. Support is ongoing because we are passionate about the work.
“Seniors Helping Seniors want to hear from ordinary people with extraordinary hearts who want to change their own and other people’s lives forever.”
To find out more about starting a care centre with Seniors Helping Seniors, click here.