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FRANCHISEFOCUS INVESTMENT: FROM £90,000


Dedicated care Home Instead is changing the face of ageing


H


ome Instead is the no.1 home care company offering an award- winning franchise opportunity,


through which you can change your own life whilst making a difference to the lives of others. With over 235 offices across the UK, the ever-expanding network provides non-medical companionship-led home care services to over 15,000 ageing adults. Not only do they help older people live happily for longer in their own homes, but franchisees become key players and employers within their local community. With Home Instead, franchisees have


real scope to build a large organisation- with many current franchisees owning multiple territories.


"Home Instead is constantly innovating to provide the best care"


Quality care Despite proving a difficult time for many sectors, the pandemic has highlighted the benefits of home care, keeping elderly and vulnerable people safe and well within their homes. An ageing UK population means demand will continue into the future, making home care a stable market to invest in. Home Instead offices pride themselves


on delivering high-quality care. Not only are they the most recommended home care provider on homecare.co.uk, the ‘trip advisor’ of care, but a third of their network boast a CQC ‘Outstanding’ rating – the highest rating possible for a care provider. With ever-evolving training available,


the Home Instead network is constantly innovating to provide the best care. Alongside a specialist City and Guilds


Accredited Dementia training course – unique to the network and delivered to caregivers – Home Instead has recently


formed a partnership with Parkinson’s UK – creating a bespoke training course on caring for clients living with Parkinson’s.


Award-winning support Named as the no.1 franchise in the UK in the Elite Franchise Top 100 for the third year and the bfa’s ‘Gold Franchisor of the Year’ for 2021, franchisees can expect an award-winning level of support when joining Home Instead. From extensive new owner training, a dedicated Business Performance Partner and ongoing support with everything from recruitment to HR, franchisees are guided every step of the way with a team dedicated to helping your business grow and achieve success. Ongoing innovation assures that


franchisees access the best support possible. Brand awareness is boosted through various national television sponsorships and advertisements, as well as ongoing marketing and PR. Industry-leading partnerships with organisations such as Barclays and Parkinson’s help franchisees increase the ways in which they can help older people in their local communities,


supplying expert advice and specialist care.


Make caring your business As this is a management franchise, you don’t need to have experience in care to join Home Instead’s network, their existing franchisees come from a variety of backgrounds. They look for compassionate and caring individuals who have a real desire to help people, alongside a strong business acumen and a drive to succeed. With a number of available territories,


including in the North East, East Anglia and Northern Ireland, alongside a handful of opportunities to purchase an established business through a resale, there are many ways you can join the leading home care network. Get in touch today to find out more. 


HOME INSTEAD Care 01925 730273 homeinstead.co.uk/franchise franchise@homeinstead.co.uk


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Investment level: £50k-£100k


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