If you’ve always dreamed of starting your own home-based business that could give you financial independence and control over your life and your future, then this just might be the most important letter you’ll ever read!
10,000 baby boomers a day will turn 65 – every single day between now and the year 2030. By 2030, there will be over 70 million Americans over 65 – one out of every five Americans!
Those older folks will live longer and have more money to spend, thanks to an era of prosperity during their working years. Over 80 percent of seniors own their own homes, and plan to stay in them as long as possible.
But with age can come chronic health conditions or temporary medical emergencies, like a disabling fall, that may require assistance to remain in their home. To provide that assistance to this rapidly growing population of seniors requires an army of senior care providers, who can help with everyday in-home chores that may be difficult or impossible for many seniors, like meal preparation, light housekeeping, shopping and errands.
Often as little as 3 hours of help every day can enable seniors to remain in their own home longer, which is the preferred choice for 90 percent of them. At home, they are able to maintain their privacy, dignity and independence.
“Last year, I bought your senior home care guide. At the time, I was working for a local home care agency for $12 an hour. Thanks to the great advice in your guide, I was able to start my own one-person home care business, with rates of $28 an hour. Now I’m so busy, I’m turning away customers.” Jennifer Curtis – Pennsylvania
Staying at home also benefits the children of seniors, the “sandwich generation,” who also have to work and raise their own children. With help from a senior care provider, visits to their parents can be more about quality time together rather than having so many responsibilities to deal with at every visit. This is much less stressful for both seniors and their adult children.
“Helping seniors stay in their own homes affordably is more than just a business – it’s a community service!” U.S. Council on Aging
Because of the rapid growth in the senior population, home care services are the fastest growing part of the entire health care industry in America. Also, increasing health care costs are fueling the growing demand for more affordable in-home care. It’s a lot more cost-effective to leave a hospital sooner or avoid a nursing home stay if all a senior needs is assistance with daily activities.
Easy to Start
A non-medical senior home care business is much easier to start than a home health care business, because it doesn’t require skilled caregivers, such as nurses. This is why only 28 states out of 50 currently have licensing and registration requirements for starting a non-medical home care business.
To get started in this fast-growing field, you need a detailed step-by-step system to help you on the way to claiming your own share of the $20-billion dollars spent on senior home care every year. The market for in-home care, also called “non-medical” home care, is huge, and growing larger every day, as more baby boomers hit 65.
I read the book in two days, and was able to start my new senior care business in just two weeks, with your help! The guide is an excellent reference tool, and worth 10 times the small price you charge. Maria Rodriguez – Kansas
Now is the time to get started, while the field is still wide open. A senior home care business is recession-proof, provides a steady income, and can be started with just a few hundred dollars. Because it is non-medical care, you don’t need specialized medical training or classes.
Non-medical home care is the fastest growing segment of home care, with high demand due to the millions of aging seniors. There is lots of money to pay for in-home senior services as well, as 80% of senior clients are private pay. And the pay is solid as well, with a national average hourly wage of $26, on up to $40 an hour in larger cities.
I can’t thank you enough for your latest book on senior care. It has been of immense value to me while I started my own business. Judy Denton – Maine
If you’ve dreamed of starting and running a profitable business that improves people’s lives, and are a caring, compassionate person, you can take the first step by reading Start Your Own Senior Home Care Business.
Starting your own senior home care business doesn’t have to be difficult. The expert advice you’ll find in the guide will help you reduce risk, overhead and start-up costs. Here are just some of the techniques, tips and secrets you’ll discover:
- How to start your home care business for under $1,000.
- State-by-state licensing information.
- How to set your hourly rates.
- How to get free local advertising.
- Where to get affordable home care business insurance.
- Eight sources for free local referrals.
- How to pick the best name for your new business.
- The 12 most in-demand services to offer.
- How to keep your schedule as full as you want.
- How to set up your own web site – includes a 5-page sample site!
- Understanding seniors – what makes them tick and how to talk to them.
- “Safeguard Visits” – the ideal add-on money maker for your business.
In the resource chapter of the guide, you’ll also find the essential forms you need to succeed – a new prospect form, a service agreement, a weekly schedule, a client assessment form and a non-medical plan of care form.
You’ll find similar forms for sale elsewhere online for $30 to $50 each! But instead of paying $150 or more for forms, these ready-to use forms are included as a bonus at no extra charge, and you can customize them for your own use.
A non-medical senior home care service is a perfect business for those who want to help others, be in control of their own life, and make a solid, dependable income, regardless of what the economy is doing.