It’s never been more important to protect our elderly and vulnerable loved ones
Over the course of the pandemic, one message has remained clear: to stay safe at home wherever possible. For the people Bluebird Care cares for, this has sometimes meant their relatives cannot check in on them as often as usual or that they cannot get out as they normally would.
Meeting increased demand
Bluebird Care has been stepping up to the challenge of providing care for an ageing population during a global pandemic. Where many industries have been forced to close, the home care industry is meeting an increased demand for domiciliary and live-in services.
This demand will only keep growing, with one in five UK residents predicted to be a part of the 65-and-over age group by 2030.
As a result, Bluebird Care is expanding to meet this national need and has franchises available to purchase across the UK.
With over 200 businesses already operating across the company’s network delivering over 20,000 customer visits every day, you can become part of an established and well-respected brand that has won awards for its high-quality home care.
You won’t need to worry if you haven’t had any experience in the care sector, as Bluebird Care provides full training to all new franchisees from day one.
To ensure you start off on the right foot, the company takes you through the business planning process and even introduces you to the banks Bluebird Care works with. It will also give you ongoing support even after you’ve got your business set up and running.
You will benefit from the expert staff at Bluebird Care’s franchise support centre, including a dedicated quality manager who will make sure you’re compliant and help you deliver the very best care at home.
In addition, the company’s franchisee network enjoys support from the marketing team, including dedicated regional-based marketing experts who offer help on a more local level.
Strength of the brand
Paul Barry, owner of Bluebird Care Chichester, Epsom & Kingston, Oxford, Reigate, Sussex Weald, says: “I was attracted to Bluebird Care for three reasons: the size of the UK care market, the strength of the Bluebird Care brand and the ability of their business model to be resilient in tough economic conditions.
“When I joined, I found the support and training offered by Bluebird Care to be very strong, particularly in the early days when all the care terminology plus policies and procedures can be new and slightly bewildering.”
If you’d like to be a part of the solution and help protect the ageing population, you can join one of Bluebird Care’s franchises and benefit from award-winning training, continued support and the collective expertise of over 200 businesses across its network.
At a glance Bluebird Care
2004. Started franchise model in 2006
Number of franchised outlets:
Location of units:
UK-wide, including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
total investment is approximately £115,000
Minimum required capital:
a home care franchise package is £37,500
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