ROSEVILLE, Calif. (August 18, 2022)—Always Best Care Senior Services announced that it has signed new franchise agreements in Seattle, Washington, Orlando, Florida and Humble, Texas, welcoming new owners to the system and expanding its brand presence in key states. These agreements come as the senior care franchise system in the continues to capitalize on over 10% sales growth in 2021 and an increased demand for in-home senior care by targeting new markets around the country for expansion.  
“The need for in-home senior care is more pressing than ever, with about 10,000 seniors turning 65 every day,” said Jake Brown, president and CEO of Always Best Care. “Nonmedical in-home care providers had an opportunity to shine during the pandemic, proving their worth to seniors and their adult children who began to view in-home care as a safer, more effective alternative to facilities. In addition, more payers now cover care that keeps seniors in their homes and out of hospitals. Those are just a few of the developments that have converged over the last few years to make our business model very attractive to new owners.”  
Three new franchise agreements Always Best Care recently signed include: 

  • Sarah Cave, Seattle, Washington—Covering Seattle Metro 
  • Rocio and Matias Condigiani, Orlando, Florida—Covering Southeast Orlando 
  • Marisa Thompson, Humble, Texas—Covering Humble Metro 

Franchise opportunities are now available in many new territories with a growing population of senior homeowners. Markets open for development include key cities in Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Ohio, Michigan, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Indiana, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Southern California, Oregon and Washington state.  
“Our franchisees want to positively impact the lives of seniors in their communities while owning a rewarding business at the same time. Always Best Care’s franchise system allows them to build that business without starting from scratch. Our award-winning training and support systems set franchisees up for success,” said Brown. 
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