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If You’re Considering Starting and Building a GROWING, THRIVING and HIGHLY PROFITABLE Senior Care Agency…You’ve Come to the Right Place!
Our mission is to provide our clients with absolutely the best, most profitable and personally rewarding senior care agency. This mission is accomplished through state-of-the-art marketing, professional staffing, cost effective operations, superior branding and free lifetime support. Our goal is to provide clients all the tools necessary to become the provider of choice in their communities with the resulting financial benefits.
Owner & Agency Model Coach
Carolyn’s graduate degrees include Master’s and Specialist’s degrees in Administration and Supervision with a focus on processes and systems. She has taught leadership and personality profiling to organizations across the southeastern region. Carolyn was awarded the 2010 Phenomenal Woman of the Year for North Fulton by the American Business Woman’s Association. She is active in the Roswell Rotary Club where she has served on the Board of Directors. During 2015-16 she served as the volunteer coordinator of Serving Seniors for the Rotary District 6900. With this position she helped Rotary clubs across Georgia start new programs to help seniors keep and improve their independence and important connection to their communities. She was awarded the District 6900 Rotarian of the Year in April 2016.
Carolyn and her husband, Marshall, are members of Christ Church of Atlanta.
Durable Medical Equipment Coach
Sue has been involved in promoting the health and well being of the elderly and the underserved in many leadership roles for decades.
Sue and her husband, Jerry, have three grown children.
Home Care Agency Coach
She has a very successful home care agency using the Senior Care Business Coach model. She is a volunteer for Meals on Wheels for seniors and is a member of the Johns Creek Rotary Club.
With a BS in Marketing from Missouri University Leslie’s past work experience includes Ralston Purina, RJR Nabisco and working with author ShauntiFeldhan.
Leslie lives in Johns Creek, GA with her husband Dean. They have 3 grown children. In her free time, Leslie enjoys the great outdoors, hiking, biking and swimming.
HR and Payroll Coach
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This business can easily be operated from your home office if your State allows. In fact, we recommend it. Franchises generally require an outside office. With us, you can save the cost of an outside office and use this savings to grow your business. Your caregivers work in the clients’ homes and have no need to meet with you in an office. Your clients’ do not come to your home as you meet with them in their home. This is not to say that at some point in your growth, you may find an outside office and staff desirable. However, we have run a successful agency for over ten years from our home office.
No. There has been a corresponding growth in certified caregivers with the tremendous growth of the senior market. You want only the very best nursing assistants. Our training focuses on the interview to hire process insuring that you hire only the best caregivers
Even if your state does not require an agency license and does not regulate caregivers in the industry, we highly recommend only hiring state licensed Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs). There are generally two categories of caregivers, the companion caregivers and the Certified Nursing Assistants. Companion caregivers are not required to be certified by the state but training is required. Certified Nursing Assistants are state certified and are thoroughly trained in the classroom and on-the job and pass a tough exam before receiving their license. Most states require that CNAs be used for all clients who are fragile and/or require personal care.
Most states do require that a private home care license be obtained before beginning service. At last count there were only 14 states that do not require a license. Some of these states are now considering implementing licensure for this business. We see this as an important requirement for protecting our senior citizens. Since Georgia, our state, probably has the most stringent requirements for obtaining a license we guarantee that Georgia clients will receive their license on the first application without any issues. Because of Georgia’s rigorous requirements, the structure of our model provides an easy and important system to follow for clients in other states.
The answer to this question depends on hard work, a passion for seniors, and constant, assertive marketing of our innovative programs. The good news is that unlike a franchise you are not limited to a small territory and there are no royalty fees and other restrictions. Our consulting fee not only is a real bargain but provides superior training and support in every aspect of the business. This gives you the opportunity for quicker and larger returns from your investment. We help you set goals that are reasonable in reaching a six figure profit your first year in business.
This is the most important question you should consider before entering the senior care market. There are a number of key issues to carefully consider when making that decision. That is why we offer a free, no obligation, one hour phone consultation to help you understand the business and the characteristics necessary to succeed in this extraordinary opportunity. Call Carolyn now at 1-844-446-5277 to discuss.
No. With our proven business model and thoroughness of our training in every business area with on-going FREE support from the owner, you will maximize your opportunity for success and profit.
No. It is important to have a compassion for seniors and a spirit of service to be successful. As the owner, your main focus will be on administration, operations, and growing the business. Your staff of a supervisory Registered Nurse and qualified Certified Nursing Assistants have the necessary healthcare skills and experience to expertly serve your senior clients.
No. With a franchise the geographic area that you may serve is limited to the population or zip code(s) that you purchase. In fact the area you purchase from a franchise will, in time, change as the population turns over from older to younger residents, thus limiting your market. As an independent agency, you determine the size territory you wish to serve and must only adhere to your state’s requirements. In a metropolitan area, this can include as much as ten to fifteen counties.
The answer to this question is “As Much As You Need.” Carolyn will be available by phone, email, and text at no charge for as long as you own your business. Before your first year is up, we expect that you will have gained the experience and knowledge you need to grow, thrive and own a very profitable independent business.
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