Care specialist Right at Home opens franchise territories in Scotland and Northern Ireland

Global home care provider looking for “ambitious individuals” to run their own business

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International domiciliary care specialist Right at Home has announced that it has new franchise opportunities in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Established in 1995, Right at Home offers care and companionship to the elderly and adults with physical disabilities in the “comfort of their own home” and claims to be a global leader in the market with over 400 offices worldwide.

In the UK, the care chain has 20 local offices managed by master franchisee, and former McDonald’s BFA franchisee of the year, Ken Deary who is looking to grow the brand’s reach across Britain.

A “personally rewarding” business opportunity,  Right at Home franchise packages are available for an initial fee of £29, 995 +VAT, with total investment typically ranging from £80,000 to £100,00, which includes ongoing training and support.

Right at Home UK managing director, Deary, commented: “The home care market is growing exponentially as the population becomes older and people need high quality standards of care delivered in their own homes.

“This is a management franchise so the franchise owner would recruit a locally-experienced, well-qualified registered manager who would recruit and train the home care assistants.”

Franchisee of Right at Home Cardiff, Joe Guishard, discussed his franchise experience:

“Right at Home matched my aims and aspirations and seemed a highly ethical company, which is why I wanted to become part of it.

“The franchisee training we received exceeded my expectations – it really was first class and an invaluable experience. There was lots of information you just wouldn’t get if you were starting on your own. I feel the training allowed me to hit the ground running.”

For further information about becoming a Right at Home franchisee, click here.

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