RIGHT FROM THE START
HEAR WHAT SETS RIGHT AT HOME APART FROM OTHER HOME CARE PROVIDERS
Allen Hager, Founder
Right at Home was founded in 1995 by Allen Hager in Omaha, Nebraska. Unlike any other home care franchisor, Allen’s background was in hospital administration. He witnessed older patients check out of the hospital, struggle with the recovery process while at home, and then be readmitted to the hospital. Seeing the need, he created a way to provide ongoing assistance for clients who are aging or have disabilities in the comfort of their homes. After spending five years fine-tuning the business model, the Right at Home franchise was born!
Today, Franchise Owners share our values by improving the quality of life for our clients and their families through companion care, personal care, and in some cases nursing care. By improving people’s quality of life, you can make a significant difference in the communities you serve.
AS A FRANCHISE OWNER, YOU ARE THE CEO OF YOUR BUSINESS.
Your days will include:
Being active in local civic and business groups to boost brand awareness and build relationships.
Recruiting and overseeing your care staff. Your staff members are the ones providing the day-to-day care services for your clients.
Conducting assessments for new clients and families to determine need for services and creating a customized care plan that matches the family’s needs and budget.
Meeting with families periodically to ensure services are meeting or exceeding expectations.
Managing the finances and office administration tasks.
Going home every night knowing that what you did that day made a positive difference in the lives of people in your community.
As your business grows, so will your staff. Most Franchise Owners scale their office staff to manage the day-to-day operations, allowing them to focus on the strategic priorities.
HELPING SENIORS STAY IN THEIR OWN HOMES AFFORDABLY IS MORE THAN A BUSINESS—IT’S A COMMUNITY SERVICE. I FEEL GREAT DOING THIS.
BEN SOLOMON, FRANCHISE OWNER
OUR CORE VALUES
We are approachable, collaborative, accountable, and authentic. We have high integrity and take great pride in what we do.
WE ARE A PROUD FRANCHISE WITH BRAND POWER AND LONGEVITY.
Right at Home is one of the largest and the fastest-growing home care franchise brands. We provide care for tens of thousands of clients every day! Because of our experience and brand power, we have collaborated with several renowned institutions, such as Harvard Medical School, Philips, and the Duke Endowment, to research how our market is changing and explore new ways to innovate our services.
FIVE YEARS OF IMPRESSIVE GROWTH
WE ARE INNOVATORS IN THE HOME CARE INDUSTRY.
Right at Home was the first nationwide brand to create a package of services, called RightTransitions,SM to assist hospitals, as well as other providers, in the reduction of preventable hospital readmissions and associated costs. In a three-year home pilot study in conjunction with Forsyth Hospital in Winston-Salem, NC, with funding from the Duke Endowment, RightTransitions reported:
Right Care is Right at Home’s unique approach to home care. We provide an exceptional customer experience through four distinct principles:
The personal care of a friend with dedicated local owners and trained, committed, and compassionate caregivers.
The care they need when they need it with a wide range of services and flexible scheduling.
A personalized Care Plan managed by professionals with caregiver matching based on a thorough assessment.
A resolute passion to improve the quality of life for those we serve means peace of mind for our clients and their families.
WE ARE RECOGNIZED AS AN INDUSTRY LEADER IN THE SENIOR CARE CATEGORY.
IT’S THE RIGHT TIME TO JOIN THIS RAPIDLY GROWING INDUSTRY.
Baby Boomers started
turning 65 in 2011. Approximately 10,000 Americans turn 65 every day.[source]
The number of people over age 60 is set to triple to 2 billion by 2050, according to UN estimates.[source]
On average, aging parents live just over 282 miles away from their nearest child.[source]
People are living longer with increased life expectancies for both men and women.[source]
46% of women over the age of 75 live alone with no spouse or loved one to assist with daily activities.[source]
Many aging and physically challenged health care recipients prefer to remain in their homes and maintain the highest level of independence possible.[source]
Patients are being discharged from hospitals at a much quicker rate; the average length of a hospital stay has declined by five days since 1980.[source]
The Bureau of Labor and Statistics reports that that home health care is one of the fastest growing segments within the health care industry.[source]
On average, Baby Boomers have half as many children as their parents did. There are fewer sons and daughters to take care of them as they age.[source]