The next steps in your discovery process are to talk with an Always Best Care representative, request a Franchise Disclosure Document, complete an application, and "validate" everything you have learned about our winning franchise business model.

Your completion of our discovery process will culminate in a candid discussion with franchisees who have completed this process and chose Always Best Care® Senior Services to achieve their entrepreneurial dreams.

Build a business. Make a difference.®

We think you’ll find that Always Best Care franchisees share many traits – often ones that are not present in franchisees of other types of franchise systems. Many of our franchisees have had personal experiences dealing with and caring for older adults, and have first-hand knowledge of the frustrations and difficulties inherent in caring for seniors. If you ask an Always Best Care franchisee what it is about the business that sparks their passion, invariably you’ll hear heart-warming stories of how they’re making a difference in their communities, about how their careers are no longer just about the money, about how their sense of self-worth and personal satisfaction are enhanced every day because of the services they’re providing within their communities.

Successful Always Best Care franchisees indeed become part of their communities. They become the resource for senior living to whom others turn in their times of need. The depth of feeling this represents cannot be overestimated – it is indeed the essence of an Always Best Care franchisee. It’s also a reason that Always Best Care franchisees gladly and passionately put forth the time and effort that goes into building a personal service business. They know that what they do makes a meaningful difference in people’s lives. So – if your idea of running a franchise is to open a storefront and wait for customers to find a way to find you, then Always Best Care is probably not for you.

Always Best Care franchisees essentially have two businesses – a home care franchise, and an assisted living franchise. Best of all, the referral sources are the same for both. Your Always Best Care Area Representative or corporate Franchise Development Specialist will provide you with more information upon request, and help you set up your validation calls.

We welcome your continued exploration of this outstanding franchise opportunity.

Let's go forward together!


Approximately 7.6 million people in the US require some form of home health care, according to research published b the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB)..
34 million caregivers (both paid and volunteer) provide care for someone aged 50+ (National Alliance for Caregiving)
The trend toward community-based services as opposed to nursing home placement was formalized with the Olmstead Decision (July, 1999), in which the Supreme Court upheld the right of individuals to receive care in the community as opposed to an institution whenever possible.

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