Hallmark Homecare Meets Demand for In-Home Senior Care with Franchise Offering Affordable Cost of Entry

Hallmark Homecare Meets Demand for In-Home Senior Care with Franchise Offering Affordable Cost of Entry

Franchise concept provides affordable avenue to break into booming senior care industry

Incline Village, NV. (Nov. 27, 2017) – Hallmark Homecare, a nationwide network of care coordinators matching elderly clients with thoroughly vetted, credentialed caregivers, is offering entrepreneurs a cost-effective business opportunity to break into the booming senior care industry.

With low overhead expenses, Hallmark Homecare ensures a low cost of entry for franchisees, making it a feasible investment for the right entrepreneur. Franchises are home-based, eliminating all the associated costs with purchasing and operating a property outside of the home – from rent to insurance and utilities. The initial investment is also relatively low, with the total franchising fee divided into a two-part payment plan. A five percent discount is available for veterans.

Typical Hallmark Homecare franchisees also do not require employees, which eliminates payroll expenditures. As their business grows, franchisees may hire office employees to meet demand down the road.

“Joining the Hallmark Homecare franchise means you will be joining much more than a company. You really become part of the family,” said Bob Caldwell, Hallmark Homecare franchisee. “Hallmark Homecare gives me the opportunity to stay in the business I love – providing care for seniors that is more affordable for families with high-quality, experienced and fully-vetted professional caregivers.”

Because of escalating homecare costs, credentialed caregivers who provide quality in-home care at a competitive price are highly sought-after. Hallmark Homecare assists seniors and their families with finding the appropriate caregivers for clients’ needs on a direct-hire basis, eliminating the agency middleman and the associated “middle man” fees. By eliminating these fees, clients save 35 percent or more.

Hallmark Homecare is affiliated with The Senior’s Choice, the largest and most recognizable membership network of senior care providers in the world. This association allows Hallmark Homecare franchisees to leverage the knowledge and experience provided by The Senior’s Choice, which was founded in 1999. Hallmark Homecare franchisees also enjoy low initial investment, the ability to work from home, continual corporate support and the opportunity to grow their own strategic referral network.

For franchise information, visit www.hhcopportunity.com or call (888) 519-2500, and dial extension 6 to speak with Kelly.

ABOUT HALLMARK HOMECARE

Founded in 2012, Hallmark Homecare is a network of care coordinators catering to the home care client who prefers to directly hire their caregivers rather than engage an agency. Hallmark Homecare was created by Steve Everhart, founder of The Senior’s Choice, the largest and most recognizable membership network of senior care agencies in the world. Utilizing resources provided by The Senior’s Choice, Hallmark Homecare is an in-home care option that brings affordability to elderly clients and their families by providing credentialed, thoroughly vetted direct-hire caregivers previously unavailable at a lower price point. For more information, visit peterd214.sg-host.com. For franchise information, visit www.hhcopportunity.com or call (888) 519-2500, and dial extension 6 to speak with Kelly.

Hallmark Homecare Meets Demand for In-Home Senior Care with Franchise Offering Affordable Cost of Entry

Hallmark Homecare Helps Franchisees New to Senior Home Care Industry with Extensive Support

Franchise concept allows entrepreneurs of all backgrounds to break into rapidly-growing senior care industry

Incline Village, NV. – Hallmark Homecare, a nationwide network of care coordinators matching elderly clients with the professional, thoroughly vetted, credentialed caregivers, provides a rewarding business opportunity for entrepreneurs of all backgrounds looking to break into the booming senior care market with plenty of support.

Hallmark Homecare’s proven, comprehensive training and support allow any businessperson streamlined and simple access into the senior care industry – no prior healthcare experience is necessary. During training, franchisees learn the nuances of care coordination, while also developing sales, marketing and other techniques crucial to building their strategic referral network. The corporate team also provides ongoing support for franchisees once they get their Hallmark Homecare businesses up and running.

“Although our background is in sales and marketing, with Hallmark Homecare, we have been able to give back and make an impact on the lives of families in need,” said Denise Sullivan, Hallmark Homecare franchisee. “While we weren’t necessarily versed in the senior care industry initially, the executive team at Hallmark Homecare – with more than 17 years of experience – has guided us with ease through any unknown territory. “

Hallmark Homecare is affiliated with The Senior’s Choice, the largest and most recognizable membership network of senior care providers in the world. This association allows Hallmark Homecare franchisees to leverage the experience provided by The Senior’s Choice, which was founded in 1999. Hallmark Homecare franchisees also enjoy low initial investment, the ability to work from home, continual corporate support, and the opportunity to grow their own strategic referral network.

For franchise information, visit www.hhcopportunity.com or call (888) 519-2500 and dial extension 6 to speak with Kelly.

ABOUT HALLMARK HOMECARE

Founded in 2012, Hallmark Homecare is a network of care coordinators catering to the home care client who prefers to directly hire their caregivers rather than engage an agency. Hallmark Homecare was created by Steve Everhart, founder of The Senior’s Choice, the largest and most recognizable membership network of senior care agencies in the world. Utilizing resources provided by The Senior’s Choice, Hallmark Homecare is an in-home care option that brings affordability to elderly clients and their families by providing credentialed, thoroughly vetted direct-hire caregivers previously unavailable at a lower price point. For more information, visit peterd214.sg-host.com. For franchise information, visit www.hhcopportunity.com or call (888) 519-2500, and dial extension 6 to speak with Kelly.

Hallmark Homecare Meets Demand for In-Home Senior Care with Franchise Offering Affordable Cost of Entry

Hallmark Homecare Opportunity Poised to be New Senior Care Industry Disruptor

Direct-hire model provides competitive advantage over senior care agencies

Incline Village, NV. – Hallmark Homecare, a nationwide network of care coordinators matching elderly clients with professional, thoroughly vetted and credentialed caregivers, provides a cost-effective and streamlined alternative to traditional agency staffing methods.

Hallmark Homecare searches for and recruits professional caregivers and then places them with clients on a direct-hire basis. This hiring method supports their client-directed model of care, allowing clients to interview and select caregivers directly, giving them more control over their home care needs. This method eliminates overhead costs of traditional agencies and the savings are passed along to clients.

“Hallmark Homecare delivers a brilliant and fresh new perspective to the in-home senior care industry,” said franchisee Steve Parrott. “Hallmark Homecare addresses head-on the increasing threats to senior care agencies – namely, the rising prices of agency services and low caregiver wages.”

Through their unique staffing methods, Hallmark Homecare gives seniors and their families an attractive and affordable solution for their care needs. This groundbreaking alternative to the traditional agency solution provides a strong advantage over the competition, whose agencies are becoming increasingly less affordable for families in need.

Overhead costs associated with using a traditional homecare agency are eliminated with Hallmark Homecare, while providing a more cost-effective solution for families and better pay for the caregivers, as well. When a family hires a caregiver through Hallmark Homecare, they select from the payment options that Hallmark Homecare offers, which is typically a one-time placement fee, and then enjoy the savings of paying the caregiver directly. Because the agency overhead costs have been eliminated, clients typically save 35 percent or more. And the caregivers earn a higher rate of pay than a traditional agency would pay them, so both sides win.

Hallmark Homecare is affiliated with The Senior’s Choice, the largest and most recognizable membership network of senior care providers in the world. This association allows Hallmark Homecare franchisees to leverage the experience provided by The Senior’s Choice, which was founded in 1999. Hallmark Homecare franchisees also enjoy low initial investment, the ability to work from home, continual corporate support, and the opportunity to grow their own strategic referral network.

For franchise information, visit www.hhcopportunity.com or call (888) 519-2500 and dial extension 6 to speak with Kelly.

ABOUT HALLMARK HOMECARE

Founded in 2012, Hallmark Homecare is a network of care coordinators catering to the home care client who prefers to directly hire their caregivers rather than engage an agency. Hallmark Homecare was created by Steve Everhart, founder of The Senior’s Choice, the largest and most recognizable membership network of senior care agencies in the world. Utilizing resources provided by The Senior’s Choice, Hallmark Homecare is an in-home care option that brings affordability to elderly clients and their families by providing credentialed, thoroughly vetted direct-hire caregivers previously unavailable at a lower price point. For more information, visit peterd214.sg-host.com. For franchise information, visit www.hhcopportunity.com or call (888) 519-2500, and dial extension 6 to speak with Kelly.

Hallmark Homecare Meets Demand for In-Home Senior Care with Franchise Offering Affordable Cost of Entry

Hallmark Homecare Offers Solution for More Affordable In-Home Care with New Franchise Concept

Care Coordinators Facilitate Direct Hire of Quality Caregivers To Meet Booming Demand for More Affordable Senior Care.

Incline Village, NV. – Hallmark Homecare, a nationwide network of care coordinators matching elderly clients with the right caregivers, is expanding through franchising to meet the high demand for in-home care. Hallmark Homecare is seeking franchise partners throughout the United States to provide a cost-effective alternative to expensive traditional homecare agencies.

Several factors are creating a demand for more affordable, high quality senior care, including:
• Baby boomers began turning 65 in 2011
• Lifespans are increasing
• The number of seniors affected by Alzheimer’s disease and dementia is sharply rising
• Families are trying to make Mom & Dad’s savings last longer
• More seniors want to age at home

Because of escalating homecare costs, caregivers who provide experienced in-home care at a competitive price are highly sought-after. Hallmark Homecare assists seniors and their families with finding the appropriate caregivers for clients’ needs on a direct-hire basis, eliminating the agency middleman and associated fees. By eliminating these fees, clients save 35 percent or more.

But hiring independently can be time consuming for families and potentially risky without knowledge of the hiring safeguards needed. Hallmark Homecare’s trained professionals, known as care coordinators, alleviate that burden on the family by thoroughly vetting experienced caregivers, verifying their certification credentials, conducting professional and personal reference checks and performing criminal background checks to make the direct-hire process simple and less stressful for seniors and their families.

“I’ve been in the senior care industry for nearly 20 years, and I see which areas need support,” said Steve Everhart, Founder and President of Hallmark Homecare. “Entrepreneurs who are passionate about helping the aging community and have the ability to empathize with folks dealing with the challenges of aging will flourish as Hallmark Homecare franchisees.”

Hallmark Homecare is affiliated with The Senior’s Choice, the largest and most recognizable membership network of senior care providers in the world. This association allows Hallmark Homecare franchisees to leverage the experience provided by The Senior’s Choice, which was founded in 1999. Hallmark Homecare franchisees also enjoy low initial investment, the ability to work from home, continual corporate support and the opportunity to grow their own client base.

No prior homecare or healthcare experience is required due to comprehensive corporate training and support. During training, franchisees develop sales and marketing techniques crucial to building their client list. Corporate provides training on care coordination and remains available for support once the franchisee has their Hallmark Homecare business up and running.

For franchise information, visit www.hhcopportunity.com or call (888) 519-2500, dial extension 6 to speak with Kelly.

ABOUT HALLMARK HOMECARE
Founded in 2012, Hallmark Homecare is a network of care coordinators catering to the home care client who prefers to directly hire their caregivers rather than engage an agency. Hallmark Homecare was created by Steve Everhart, founder of The Senior’s Choice, the largest and most recognizable membership network of senior care agencies in the world. Utilizing resources provided by The Senior’s Choice, Hallmark Homecare is an in-home care option that brings affordability to elderly clients and their families by providing credentialed, thoroughly vetted direct-hire caregivers previously unavailable at a lower price point. For more information, visit peterd214.sg-host.com. For franchise information, visit www.hhcopportunity.com or call (888) 519-2500, dial extension 6 to speak with Kelly.

Care Plans: The Secret to Confident Caregiving

Care Plans: The Secret to Confident Caregiving

From the Editors: We found this a helpful primer about the importance of having a Care Plan in place for your loved one. This process can be facilitated by a reputable care service, who will typically perform a thorough assessment, help you develop a Care Plan customized to your loved one’s needs and then provide the support you need to execute it, ensuring your loved one can safely enjoy life.

Whatever your specific situation, be aware that the nature of providing care for someone can change in an instant. Therefore, it can be especially beneficial to organize your myriad caregiver tasks into a plan of action. Then, should anything change, you will have a list of available resources ready to help you meet new and emerging needs. A care plan can be a casual organization tool, an informal or verbal agreement with a loved one, or a formal contract used to coordinate payment for care services. Plans can vary from daily to-do lists to detailed weekly accounts of amounts and types of care provided. The following steps can help you create your very first care plan or reevaluate your current plan.

Assess the situation
The first step in the process is an assessment of your loved one’s home environment, activities of daily living (ADLs), medical and legal documents, and financial situation, to see what is working well and what is not.

Identify Needs and Set Goals
Based on the results of the care assessment, make a list of all concerns with the highest priorities at the top. Your loved one’s immediate health and wellbeing are the top priority, so for example if they are losing weight, this problem must be dealt with first. Next, setting goals for their wellbeing will provide a proactive approach to ensuring their quality of life. A care plan is an ideal approach to longer-term objectives like financial, advance care, estate and funeral planning. These preparations are extremely important, so they should be a top priority to address. Your loved one’s participation in this process is paramount, as long as they are still competent to make these decisions.

Create a Well-Rounded Care Team
A caregiver shouldn’t have to coordinate and execute all of these tasks unaided. Embarking on this journey alone frequently leads to damaging caregiver burnout. The purpose of creating a care team is to gather all resources at your disposal and encourage cooperation amongst all those willing to participate in your loved one’s care. Friends, family, neighbors, and other community members are the first tier of support. The more complex medical, legal and financial aspects of a care plan are then best handled by elder care professionals such as in-home or respite care services, elder law attorneys, therapists, benefits counselors, certified public accountants (CPAs), financial advisors, social workers, and geriatric care managers, who can be valuable additions to your care team.

Match Team Members with Solutions
Some team member’s specific tasks will be obvious. An elder law attorney will handle drafting POA and advance directive documents, whereas a financial advisor can assist with money management strategies. Assigning specific tasks to friends and family members can be a little more challenging. Make a list of possible solutions for each need in your care plan. For example, to help Dad eat healthier meals more frequently, your sister who lives nearby could provide some pre-made meals or invite him over for dinner on a regular basis, and siblings who live far away could contribute to a food delivery service to make up the difference. Try to identify each person’s abilities, and match them with feasible solutions. These can include proximity to the care recipient, free time in their schedule, monetary contributions, and skills like cooking, cleaning, and communicating.

Put Your Plan Into Action
The ultimate goal of having a care plan and care team in place is to promote communication and unified efforts for the welfare of care recipient and caregiver. Keep in mind that a care plan is an ever-evolving tool. Finding proper solutions may take some trial and error, and your loved one’s needs are likely to increase over the long term. Even if your loved one does not currently need a care plan, beginning to put these pieces of the puzzle into place early can help you avoid a great deal of stress later on. Having them keep an updated file with financial and medical records including medications, health information, and legal documents can be vital in the event of an emergency. Should something happen, you will have the fundamental materials needed to make any decisions quickly and confidently.

https://www.agingcare.com/articles/how-to-create-a-care-plan-195526.htm