Home Helpers Home Care has created an all-inclusive, customizable package of services called Cared-4, which covers four areas of service: 24-hour monitoring; care and companionship; wellness calls and medication reminders; and meal delivery and nutritional planning. By Cindy Charette
Home Helpers Home Care continues to prove its commitment to its mission statement:
Be the most trusted and respected provider of comprehensive home care services and support for individuals who choose to remain independent, wherever they call home.
Home Helpers Home Care has created an all-inclusive, customizable package of services called Cared-4, which covers four areas of service: 24-hour monitoring; care and companionship; wellness calls and medication reminders; and meal delivery and nutritional planning. In addition, caregivers with Home Helpers’ 300 operating franchises go wherever their clients call home, including assisted living facilities and nursing homes, to provide important social, spiritual, and emotional support.
“Franchisees who excel have a heart for this industry along with a spirit of giving, and desire to give back to their communities,” says Nick Way, Home Helpers brand manager.
Jason Janoski, owner of Home Helpers, Columbus, Ohio, says: “My wife and I have owned our own businesses for 25 years. We were looking for a new opportunity with an organization that would provide the road map and resources necessary to succeed. Home Helpers has delivered – particularly throughout the early stages of Covid-19, when timely, accurate information and support has been critical.”
Home Helpers Home Care’s direct-to-consumer, service-based business model has been deemed an essential service and has proven recession- and pandemic-resistant. The business model allows new franchisees to work from home for the first two years (as long as this is allowed by state and local regulations) before moving into an office environment. Because inventory requirements are low, franchisees can start up this need-based business very quickly, with only one person working full time along with hired caregivers. Fees to the franchisor are set on a sliding scale, with royalties starting at 6%, then as revenue increases, reduced to as low as 3%. National branding fees start at 2% and are then reduced to as low as 0.5%.
For more information on franchising opportunities, visit homehelpersfranchise.com.
– Cindy Charette