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Franchise Ideas: Five businesses that make a difference

According to Age UK, over 1 million elderly people in the UK feel lonely

There are many businesses operating to improve this situation, by providing care and companionship to those that need it most. These franchises provide support for the various individuals, often the elderly and usually in the comfort of their own homes.

This support can be both medical and non-medical, with the aim always to give patients the best care possible. There are several franchises in this industry, each offering a variety of services. If you are looking for franchise ideas that make a difference then look no further, here are five of the best:

1. Driving Miss Daisy

Driving Miss Daisy UK franchise

This caring franchise provides safe and reliable transport for people who find it difficult to get around. Their service works with the elderly and children and adults with disabilities amongst others, and always aims to provide companionship as well as transport.

Driving Miss Daisy franchisees will receive their own branded vehicle and will also benefit from full training and marketing support. Just like how their franchisees are there for the community they serve, Driving Miss Daisy will offer as much support as possible to their franchisees.

Click here to find out more about owning a Driving Miss Daisy franchise.

2. Radfield Home Care

Radfield Home Care Ltd franchise

Radfield Home Care
is a local home care provider, and started as a residential home in the 1980s. Care, dedication and respect are all vital components of Radfield Home Care’s services, which aim to bring high level care into people’s homes.

Franchisees for this business will receive branded uniforms, marketing assistance, and long-term business support, which will always be available to the franchisee.

Click here to find out more about owning a Radfield Home Care franchise.

3. 247 Professional Health

247 Professional Health franchise

247 Professional Health provides care homes, hospitals and other care centres with fully-trained staff. The demand for staff in this particular sector is quite high, and franchisees can rely on the support from a well-respected brand.

The franchise provides its franchisees with online support materials and management information to help franchisees reach their goals. Franchisees can also receive help from a dedicated franchise mentor.

Click here to find out more about owning a 247 Professional Health franchise.

4. Home Instead Senior Care

Home Instead Senior Care franchise

Home Instead Senior Care
is a worldwide management franchise which provides non-medical care to older people in their own homes. The organisation also provides companionship services and prides itself on being a thought-leader in the industry.

With the support of a well-established and respected organisation, franchisees can benefit from PR and marketing assistance as well as ongoing business development. Full training from head office is also provided.

Click here to find out more about owning a Home Instead Senior Care franchise.

5. Clarriots Care

Clarriots Care franchise

Clarriots Care
provides a variety of care services to individuals within their own homes. There are numerous areas that Clarriots Care works in, including Live-In and Alzheimer’s Care, and the organisation is rapidly expanding.

Clarriots Care also provides franchisees with £1000 towards a launch event and also assists with IT support and marketing expertise. This support is continuous and franchisees can also receive training equipment should they need their own staff.

Click here to find out more about owning a Clarriots Care franchise.

There are a number of other care and companionship franchises available for caring entrepreneurs who are passionate about helping others. Find more franchises through Reed Commercial now.

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Sandy Purewal

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