BUFFALO, New York—Right at Home, the 700-plus location in-home care franchise across the U.S. and five other countries, is looking to expand in Buffalo, New York with five new territories. The franchise said the investment opportunity allows entrepreneurs to make a difference in their community while providing much-needed care and peace of mind for the clients they serve.
Right at Home employs professionally trained caregivers to provide care and assistance to seniors and adults with disabilities who wish to remain in the comfort and safety of their own home or current living arrangement. With more than 28 years of experience providing essential care, Right at Home has become one of the world's largest in-home care franchises. The long history and expansive network mean new franchisees will have access to support and knowledge from fellow franchisees and members of the Right at Home leadership team.
Because the aging population continues to grow, markets nationwide are primed for Right at Home's services. Buffalo has an aging population of 210,000 and also offers brand awareness due to several other successful locations across the state.
"Right at Home starts with our passionate franchise owners, and we're excited to partner with the people of Buffalo," said Jennifer Chaney, vice president of franchise development. "We are seeking passionate individuals who aren't just looking for a business to make a living. Entrepreneurs should choose Right at Home to make a positive impact on their communities and the people for whom they provide care. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for everyone we serve."
With its eyes on Buffalo, the in-home care concept is seeking franchise partners to provide its services within five territories in the market.
Right at Home is seeing an increased demand for quality in-home care services across the country as the baby boomer generation reaches its senior years. The franchise saw growth momentum in 2023, noting 18 franchise units sold. Right at Home is on track to reach a goal of 24 units sold by the end of the year and intends to continue growing in 2024. With plans to award new franchises this year, growth in Buffalo will play a crucial role in Right at Home's larger expansion strategy.