Your local Area Representative will provide ongoing strategic planning, mentoring, communications and team building for you.
Always Best Care Area Representatives are people from diverse professional backgrounds who have a passion for helping others and the business acumen to drive system success. They possess both the commitment to owning and operating their own business and the heartfelt desire to make a difference in the lives of seniors.
With our Area Representative system, you'll have a local leader, mentor, business coach, team builder and first responder to your needs.
Your local Area Representative has a vested interest in every part of your success as an ABC franchisee, as the AR shares in the royalty income you generate, which in turn allows the Area Representative to invest in a more dynamic support system helping our franchisees achieve entrepreneurial success.
With Always Best Care, you'll have the significant advantage of reviewing your business plan and participating in bi-weekly coaching sessions with your Area Representative.
The Area Representative Advantage
Always Best Care focuses on this multi-tiered level of support, providing franchisees with proactive strategic growth and mentoring. At Always Best Care
- Franchise owners benefit from our total commitment to centralized corporate support.
- Franchise owners also have a local leader, mentor, business coach, team builder and first responder to their needs.
- The Area Representatives have a vested interest in every part of your success as an Always Best Care franchisee.
- Always Best Care shares our royalty income with Area Representatives to invest in a more dynamic support system helping our franchisees achieve entrepreneurial success.
- Franchise owners have the significant advantage of reviewing their business pro forma and participating in bi-weekly coaching sessions with their Area Representative.
Approximately 60% of family caregivers are women.
Care in the home or community - not nursing care - is what most Americans would prefer, according to AARP.
US Census Bureau data shows that about 80% of seniors have at least one chronic health condition and 50% have at least two.