Assisting Hands Home Care franchisees provide a variety of private duty in-home care and assistance to elderly and disabled adults, including: non-medical homemaker-companion and personal care; skilled nursing (optional); temporary staffing (optional), and certain medical equipment and home health aides.
Franchisees hire and manage a team of caregivers and office staff, visit with referral sources, and are involved in community and networking activities. This is an office-based, full-time, white-collar, executive management-style business that truly makes a difference in people’s lives.
Avail. in Canada: Masters/Area Developer: Yes
States, from which Broker
Financial / Terms
Royalty: 5% - 4% sliding scale
Total Investment: Single:
Countries, outside of United States, where the concept is currently
Support & Training Provided
Financial Assistance Provided: No internal financing for Single units, but internal financing is available for Regional Development; 3rd party lenders available; SBA registry
Co-operative Advertising: In certain markets
We have a comprehensive 4-phase training program that consists of 1) assistance with pre-opening activities through a 100-point pre-opening checklist; 2) A 5-day initial training program at our national training center in Phoenix, AZ; 3) An additional 20 hours of training onsite within first 90 days of opening; and 4) Ongoing training opportunities through twice-monthly webinars, a quarterly newsletter and an annual retreat. Franchisees also receive very detailed Operations Manuals and policies and procedures that are customized to meet stringent industry licensing requirements in their state. The result of our stellar training and support systems: We have not had any business failures, and have not had any franchisees unable to open their business due to failure of getting the necessary licenses.