Personalized senior care leader Senior Helpers just announced the opening of a new location in Terre Haute, Indiana. This marks the 257th location nationwide for Senior Helpers, one of the biggest in-home senior care franchise systems in the country. The new location is operated by owner Matthew Page.
Vice President of Marketing for Senior Helpers Chris Buitron publicly welcomed Page to the Senior Helpers team, saying the new franchisee brings with him a drive for success and a deep understanding of the in-home senior care industry. Buitron also noted the company is looking forward to watching Page serve the seniors and local families of Terre Haute.
Page, an Indiana native, has a bachelor's degree from Wabash College and was inspired to join the industry after seeing his family struggle to find proper care for his elderly grandmother. Every family, Page says, should have the peace of mind that comes with seeing a senior loved one do well under a qualified caregiver's care.
According to Page, it was seeing his family's difficulty with finding in-home care for his grandmother that illustrated how valuable qualified and compassionate caregivers are to their communities and the families they help. Page's aunt, after that same experience, opened her own Senior Helpers franchise business in South Bend, Indiana, which is now a leading location in the country.
The Senior Helpers Franchise Opportunity
One of the largest franchise businesses for in-home senior care in the country, Senior Helpers was founded in 2001 and now has more than 240 locations. The company offers a wide range of companion and personal care services and has trained dementia, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's caregivers available.
Currently, Senior Helpers is looking for franchisees in several markets. To qualify for a franchise opportunity with this fast-growing brand, you'll need a net worth of at least $400,000 and liquid assets of at least $100,000. The total investment for a location ranges from $81,300 to $117,300, and the ongoing royalty fee is 5 percent of your gross sales.