In-Home Care Franchise FAQs

How Much Does It Cost?

Caring for People Services initial franchise fee to become a homecare franchise owner is $45,000. Additionally, potential franchisees should possess a minimum of $150,000 in liquid funds.

What Do I Have To Do To Get Started?

Sign an initial Franchise Agreement. Then follow our 10 week process and your Caring For People Services franchise will be launched and operational.

What Kind Of In Home Care Services Do You Offer?

Caring for People Services provides trained, bonded, and insured caregivers to families with seniors or disabled adults. We offer a variety of customized services to families based upon their individual needs. Our services fall into several categories:

  • Companionship
  • Housekeeping
  • Meal preparation
  • Shopping and Errands
  • Transportation
  • Personal Care
  • Respite Care
  • Wellness
  • Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
  • Hospice Care
  • Flexible Schedule of Care

What Methods Of Payment Do You Accept?

Methods of Payment Accepted:

  • Private Pay
  • Long Term Care Insurance
  • VA Benefits
  • Medicaid Waiver
  • Workers’ Compensation

What Do I Need To Be A Successful In Home Care Franchisee?

Passion. For some, it’s a passion for making a difference in the lives of families in their local community. For others, it’s a passion for building a successful business and for creating independence for their own family through business ownership. Whatever your motivation is, you must have a passion for what you’re doing to be successful.

What You Do Not Need:

Most franchisees don’t have previous healthcare experience and most have never owned their own business. The fact is that many of our franchisees are from the corporate world. They’ve taken their business skills that were honed by working for others and put those skills to work for themselves in their own business.

Are You:

Independence Seeker. These tend to be business-oriented people who are attracted to senior care because of the potential for growth. They want to build a single unit business that serves people in their local community, while also providing independence, flexibility and a quality lifestyle for their own family.

Mission-Driven Provider. These are people who are drawn to this business because it improves the quality of life for others. In some cases they’ve seen the need for this business firsthand in their own family, so they know the positive impact our services can have.

Empire Builder. These are people that want to build a substantial, multiple unit business of up to three territories.

Are There Any Areas That Are Unavailable For Franchising?

Yes, only Lincoln, NE and Tuscon, AZ.