Right at Home is a leader in the in-home senior care industry. Our trained caregivers provide quality in-home care for seniors and disabled adults who need some assistance to maintain their independence.
We are an in-home care company that happens to operate through independently owned and operated home care franchisees. We're not a franchise company trying to do business in the home care industry. Because of this, the safety and well being of our clients comes first for everyone.
Right at Home was founded in 1995 by Allen Hager in Omaha, Nebraska. Unlike any other home care franchisor, Allen's background was in hospital administration. He witnessed older patients check out of the hospital, struggle with the recovery process while at home, and then be readmitted to the hospital. Seeing the need, he created a way to provide ongoing assistance for clients who are aging or have disabilities in the comfort of their homes. After spending five years fine-tuning the business model, the Right at Home franchise was born!
Today, Franchise Owners share our values by improving the quality of life for our clients and their families through companion care, personal care, and in some cases nursing care. By improving people's quality of life, you can make a significant difference in the communities you serve.
Why Our Franchise?
Our initial training consists of two phases. Phase 1 involves two weeks of training at our Franchise Support Service Center in Omaha, Nebraska. During this time, you'll learn about the administrative and operational aspects of the business, as well as specific sales and marketing techniques for a home care franchise. You'll also receive detailed computer software instruction on our communication and invoicing systems.
Phase 2 starts after your location opens. We come to you and work on site to ensure you're developing successful daily routines to grow your business.
As a franchise owner, you are the CEO of your business.
Your days will include:
Being active in local civic and business groups to boost brand awareness and build relationships.
Recruiting and overseeing your care staff. Your staff members are the ones providing the day-to-day care services for your clients.
Conducting assessments for new clients and families to determine need for services and creating a customized care plan that matches the family's needs and budget.
Meeting with families periodically to ensure services are meeting or exceeding expectations.
Managing the finances and office administration tasks.
Going home every night knowing that what you did that day made a positive difference in the lives of people in your community.
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