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Why Choose A FirstLight Home Care Franchise?

The facts are pretty compelling. Franchising works, and it works well. Investing in the right franchise is an investment in your future. The future saleability, and wealth building related to franchising make this business format the choice for thousands of Americans!

As an owner of a home care franchise business, brand consistency, proven operational methods, training and ongoing support, marketing and technology support, and discounted pricing through aligned vendors give you a decisive advantage. We’re excited that you have taken the first steps to learn more about a hot home care business opportunity in the United States.

The demand for home care services in the senior care industry continues to increase every year. Industry trade organizations estimate the non-medical home care segment to be a $70 billion industry with mostly independent providers and family caregivers trying to keep up with an accelerating demand. The non-medical segment has been acknowledged by many sources as one of the fastest growing employment sectors and has the highest demand for services across all aspects of home care.

FirstLight Home Care is poised to meet this demand, providing quality, affordable, non-medical in-home services so families can take advantage of an affordable alternative to care when it’s needed most — from several hours a week to full-time, live-in situations. With nearly 90% of seniors indicating their desire to remain in their homes (2014 AARP), why wouldn’t you consider such a dynamic home care business opportunity?

“After spending time with the team, learning about their professional backgrounds and observing their overwhelming passion for what they do firsthand, I knew immediately FirstLight Home Care was the right choice for me.”

– Franchisee Eric Friedrich, pictured with Mary Ellyse Fendig

Why are FirstLight home care franchise owners generating
more than double the industry average in Hours Per Week
(HPW) in their first 12 months in business?*

  • The most tenured management team in the industry
  • Documented Culture of Care and Client First philosophies
  • Client Satisfaction survey mechanism for live calls and immediate owner feedback
  • National Accounts
  • Unique and powerful technology platform including back office accounting and payroll
  • Proprietary scheduling software with Telephonic time clock interface
  • Reduced home care franchise fee for multiple territories

*Home Care Pulse Benchmark

different-rightWe Are Different

It’s no wonder that the senior care market and the need for in home care franchises is growing so rapidly. It is estimated that 10,000 people per day turn 65 in the United States. But how has FirstLight vaulted to a leader in this dynamic senior care and home care industry so quickly? Since our inception in 2010, we’ve already awarded over 230 territories in the United States, been the recipient of numerous awards including Entrepreneur Magazines Top 500 franchises and Franchise Business Reviews’ Top Franchisee Satisfaction. FirstLight is setting a new standard in the senior care industry!

Franchise Business Review talks to Jeff Bevis of FirstLight Homecare to understand what differentiates FirstLight in the competitive senior services sector of franchising.

What Our Franchisees Are Saying

jim-crews“The best part of owning a FirstLight Home Care franchise is having access to proven policies and procedures but still be able to have the freedom and flexibility to put my own management style and culture into my business.”

– Jim Crews, Scottsdale, AZ

ed-ukaonu“The support I receive from First Light has been nothing short of amazing! The support staff’s professionalism and phenomenal work ethic have not changed. Their response time is efficient and expedient and it is such a blessing to be a part of a company where everyone operates in excellence!.”

– Jacqueline M. O’Quinn, St. Louis, MO

An Exceptional Approach

FirstLight Home Care was designed from the ground up to be a completely new
approach to high-quality in-home care.
A Growing Industry

The HomeCare Industry is one of the fastest growing industry in the United States according to the International Franchise Association.

Non-Medical Needs

Non-Medical in home care continues to soar and was estimated at $70 billion last year with 40% expected growth between now and 2020.

An Aging Population

10,000 people each day in the United States turn 65, with 85-90% of them wanting to stay in their own homes when they require care.