As the number of seniors in North America grows, so does the demand for services from a home care business like Homewatch CareGivers. Our home care franchise has won acclaim for its superior quality of care that takes into account the patient’s emotional and mental health along with physical indicators. The special brand of service that Homewatch CareGivers provides garnered much media coverage for our senior care business opportunity in 2017.
Homewatch CareGivers continues to grow its reputation with both franchising and health care trade press – in Franchising USA, President and CEO Julie Smith shared her views on how home care franchises can encourage growth. A feature in Home Care Magazine spotlighted how Homewatch CareGivers is meeting the needs of a unique population in Alabama. The strategic growth initiatives laid out by the home care business were highlighted in The Franchise Mall, and Saba Tauseef, a Homewatch Caregivers franchisee in Canada was featured in an article by the Canadian Franchise Association.
We also received a slew of local media coverage. Cobb Business Journal covered the opening of a new location in North Atlanta, while the East Bay Times discussed how a surge in the senior population in the Berkeley area is increasing the demand for services from home care businesses like Homewatch CareGivers. Wendy Raney, a Homewatch Caregiver franchisee with multiple Dallas locations was spotlighted in Frisco Enterprise.
Homewatch CareGivers has carved a niche in the industry by delivering superior care and establishing procedures for better client retention. As 2017 comes to a close, the home care business is looking forward to more growth and marketing coverage in 2018.
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