Touching Hearts Services are in High Demand in the Booming Senior Care Industry
Longstanding history and culture set iconic senior care franchise apart from competitors in the growing non-medical home care field
By 2030, the senior population in the U.S. will approach 72 million and the majority of them will choose to remain in their homes (89 percent, according to an AARP study). As a result, the ongoing demand for Touching Hearts’ non-medical senior care franchise services will continue to rise.
The Touching Hearts at Home brand is an opportunity to grow with a longtime trusted pioneer in the non-medical, in-home care industry founded and led by franchising expert Renae Peterson. Touching Hearts at Home is also one of the most affordable opportunities in the senior care industry and does not require any formal medical training. With start-up costs ranging from $52,900 to $75,600, Touching Hearts at Home is not saturated in markets throughout the country, unlike many competitors. We offer large, exclusive territories for franchising in high-demand areas and are ramping up for nationwide expansion.
“There is an abundance of clients out there,” says Ryan Fensler, owner of a Touching Hearts at Home franchise in Denver, Colorado. “For anyone new looking at a franchise, I would advise you look at the stats for your area. Chances are, the demand is there.”
Provide peace of mind to families and quality of life for seniors
Touching Hearts Founder and CEO Renae Peterson recognized the opportunity to provide a much-needed service in the non-medical in-home senior care industry back in 1996. A Touching Hearts team is often the “first in” as loved ones make care plans for their senior family members. Touching Hearts at Home Caregivers help seniors with basic, non-medical tasks such as light housekeeping, meal prep and transportation services, which help them live independently in their home for as long as possible.
Many of our client relationships with clients span years, even decades — with Touching Hearts Caregivers regarded more like family members than service providers. It’s an economically and emotionally fulfilling career for our franchise owners, who earn a respectable living by providing peace of mind to thousands of families and adding quality of life to thousands of seniors’ lives in their communities.
“Now is a great time to invest in a non-medical home care business,” Renae says, as Touching Hearts at Home is poised for rapid nationwide expansion during the next year. “Baby boomers are aging and the demand is there. It’s not difficult finding clients because everyone wants to stay in their home, and often all they need is a little extra help. Touching Hearts at Home meets that need perfectly.”