The extensive number of independent and assisted-living options may be overwhelming for people trying to make a choice that’s best for them, but the consultants with Bridge to Better Living are making the process easy. By Cindy Charette
If you’re seeking a franchise with a demand guaranteed to grow over the next 15 years, look no further. As Baby Boomers enter their golden years, those aged 65 and older are projected to outnumber their children by 2030, according to AARP. Even Seniors in the best of health welcome Independent Living due to no home maintenance and less stress. Getting older sometimes means needing some extra help with daily activities. As the population of caregivers diminishes, assisted living becomes an increasingly important solution.
The extensive number of independent and assisted-living options may be overwhelming for people trying to make a choice that’s best for them, but the consultants with Bridge to Better Living are making the process easy. Bridge to Better Living is currently expanding through franchising in order to offer its consulting services throughout the U.S.
Consultants help family members sift through a plethora of options, from independent and assisted-living to memory-assisted or long-term care communities. Assisted-living is often the best option for seniors who are not in need of medical services, but could use help with activities of daily living like bathing, dressing, eating, getting around, and maintaining general hygiene.
Bridge to Better Living’s extensive network of resources is made available to franchise owners, who connect clients and their families with the resources best suited to their individual needs. Best of all, these one-on-one services are provided at no cost to the client.
With the increasing population of people over the age of 65, which is projected to reach 78 million by 2035, the demand for these services is expected to increase. Bridge to Better Living’s proven business model has a record of success in meeting the rapidly growing needs of our beloved seniors.
For more information about franchising opportunities with Bridge to Better Living, visit bridgetobetterliving.com/franchises or call 866-753-9783.
– Cindy Charette