Assisted Home Nursing offers a 24/7 professional, personal and compassionate home-based caring for the elderly or disabled in the comfort of their own home. Our range of service enables the elderly to retain an optimum degree of independence and dignity, thus reducing unnecessary stress for the individual and their family. Most importantly, our caregivers provide a level of companionship that prevents our customers from feeling isolated and lonely.
Assisted Home Nursing Franchising Opportunity
Why Assisted Home Nursing
- Work from Home or Office
- Proven business model
- Low entry cost
- Full introduction program: recruiting, training and retaining cares
- Ongoing support, training and systems
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Assisted Home Nursing is expanding and offering its homecare and assisted living concept to prospective franchisees with a similar desire to serve others while building their own business.
“Our typical candidate should have some management experience and the desire to run a quality homecare business,” says franchisor Chris Dunn. “We want individuals who are ethical, hardworking, caring and committed. This is a business that revolves around people. The people we look after, the people who work for us and of course the people who do everything in-between.”
Franchisees provide a wide range of services aimed at making the elderly, disabled or those recovering from surgery more self-sufficient within their own homes. The type of care can be tailored to suit the needs of the client and their family and this includes helping with cooking, cleaning, assistance with personal hygiene care, such as washing or getting dressed, helping with mobility and providing support to those who have more complex medical needs.
With over eight years’ experience delivering home care to the community, Assisted Home Nursing has developed a robust franchise model and has a large number of locations available.
Support, Training & Systems Provided
Successful candidates receive the training, support and business systems to develop a successful business in the homecare sector. The company’s state-of-the-art caregiver monitoring system, which allows daily tasks to be easily monitored, is part of what sets the brand apart from other operators in the home-based care sector in South Africa. This, together Assisted Home Nursing’s commitment to providing a range of support services to ensure their franchisees are among the best-supported franchisees in South Africa.
“We understand the market, and our extensive experience gives you an edge to ensure that your business model always stays ahead of its competitors,” says Dunn.
Assisted Home Nursing is also the preferred service provider of the top 40 medical aid schemes in South Africa, and therefore often receives referrals or leads from the various medical aids.
The two-week-long induction training covers all aspects of the business, from the use of software and delivering the service through to the recruitment and training of staff. Recruitment of the right carers are crucial to the success of the business, and each staff member undergoes full training before going out into client homes.
Marketing is Important
While national marketing is part of the franchise package, franchisees also have a local marketing budget. Franchisees also receive a mini website which can be used to generate interest from potential clients who are looking for quality care in their area. Care sector companies must abide by a range of statutes and regulations. And, Assisted Home Nursing ensures that franchisees and their staff meet all necessary regulations. Medical malpractice cover is also available to protect franchisees from any litigation matters.
The demand for home-based care is booming. This drive is partly due to an increase in average life expectancies, which means more and more people will require care as a result of the physical problems associated with old age. Live-in care is essential for those who need 24-hour support but want to stay at home rather than moving into retirement homes or nursing care. There is also demand for specialist care for the terminally ill, as well as those suffering from conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.
There is also a strong desire from all local authorities, voluntary groups, individuals and families for older people to continue living in their own homes for as long as possible.
If you want to serve others while building your own businesses, now’s the time to take up a unique opportunity with Assisted Home Nursing in a fast-growing sector