No previous care experience is required to become a Seniors Helping Seniors management franchisee, while overheads are the lowest in the sector
As the only in-home elderly care provider that for over 20 years has focused on hiring ‘experts by experience’ to care for seniors, Seniors Helping Seniors says it offers a one-of-a-kind franchise.
Trusted in over 200 territories, the company is looking for people with big hearts and big ambitions. If you’ve got a drive to help others as well as a drive to succeed in business and you want to open a franchise in the south east or east of UK (excluding London), Seniors Helping Seniors would like to hear from you.
No previous care experience is necessary with this management franchise and overheads are the lowest in the sector.
In addition, you can look forward to sustainable, recession-proof earnings and the pride of hiring older people in well-paid jobs they love and elderly care your clients will rave about.
Providing award-winning elderly care people deserve and can budget for safely, Seniors Helping Seniors is a UK top 20 most recommended care group.
Its processes served all the company’s offices well during the pandemic. All carers and clients were kept safe and well and demand for its services grows every day.
Seniors Helping Seniors is a member of the British Franchise Association and has a five-star training and support record. The company is independently owned and every element of the business is straightforward and honourable. Its improved franchise offer helps new franchisees out of uncertain times.
Christian Wilse of Seniors Helping Seniors (UK) explains: “We tackle the two most important issues with an ageing population: elderly care and jobs for people as they age.
“We conscientiously tackle both issues, which means every community needs a Seniors Helping Seniors - now more than ever.
“More families are choosing in-home care as their safest and most cost-effective choice. Our terms of business are unique, fit for purpose for the care people want today and our processes appeal to customers. Demand is through the roof.”
According to Christian, Seniors Helping Seniors takes every opportunity to be different and reducing its franchise fee was the right thing to do to help people recover from the pandemic.
“The new offer provides even more hands-on help for our new franchisees to start their businesses, if they want it,” he says. “Our mission is to help people who are worried about jobs and long-term security.
“We know how terrifying job insecurity is. What we offer is a sustainable, profitable business that does good. Three of our UK partners were new to franchising. Two came to us having worked with other franchises. Each describes their experience with us as a breath of fresh air.”
At a glance Seniors Helping Seniors
Number of franchised outlets:
5 in UK
Location of units:
East and West Kent; Surrey; Sussex
Minimum required capital:
Christian Wilse. firstname.lastname@example.org. 01227 454 900 franchises.seniorshelpingseniors.co.uk
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