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A Growing Industry
The U.S. “Elder Care” service industry was a $249B segment of our economy in 2012 and projected to grow 5.2% per year through 2016 to $319.5B with continued steady growth over the next 20 years.
What Are the Industry Services?
Industry services are comprised of these types: Homemaker/Companion, non-skilled home care, skilled home health care, skilled nursing care facilities, social services, continuing care retirement communities, assisted living facilities and by provider – for-profit, non-profit.
The Senior Population is Growing
There will be approximately 72 million people over the age of 65 in 2030, and more than 81 million just 10 years later in 2040. People of this age tend to require assistance because of the natural decline of physical and mental capabilities.
Long Term Care Services Needed
“70% of people turning age 65 can expect to use some form of long term care during their
lives.” – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Tara Payne founded Caring Hearts in 2004, after working over 16 years in the health care industry and recognizing the enormous need for non-medical home care services. In addition to serving as Executive Officer, Trainer and Owner of Caring Hearts Home Care, LLC.
Tara has also owned & operated successful non-medical home care agency, nurse staffing agency, cna test prep school, Insurance Marketing Company and had served as a sales and marketing V.P. & Director in the Senior Insurance industry for over 7 years.
Tara has extensive knowledge of the senior care industry and has been teaching and coaching new business owners for over 13 years having assisted hundreds of business owners all over the world open and gain great success in their own non-medical home care agencies.
Congratulations on taking your first step towards providing Non-Medical, Home Care to those in need. In addition to being a personally and financially rewarding opportunity; Senior Care is one of the fastest growing industries in the country.
Caring Hearts Home Care business model is planned to ensure success by giving our owners a competitive edge in the home care market. We offer a lower initial investment with minimal overhead that is designed to allow the owners a larger amount of working capital. There are no long-term financial commitments; no royalties on your income, or franchise demands. Our trainers comprise a fantastic team with a lot of experience that will help to guide, train, and support you throughout this business transition. This transition is not only thorough, but also flexible with on-going support. It is time to be your own boss and be in charge of your future. Make a powerful difference in your life and the lives of others. A successful business venture is awaiting you. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to help others while helping yourself.
Tara Payne – Administrator/Founder
Never before in the history of our country have there been so many seniors who need home care and so many who also have the resources to pay for that care. 84% of all seniors recently surveyed by AARP said they want to stay home as long as possible. You could possibly represent the link to making that home care dream a reality in your community.
By the year 2020, 1 in 4 people in the United States will be over the age of 65.
The elderly population is increasing at nearly twice the rate of the general population – the 85-plus segment will swell more than 40 percent by 2020.
Seniors who want to stay in their own homes look for outside assistance with daily tasks, such as preparing meals, housekeeping, and managing personal hygiene. Seniors who are no longer able to drive may seek out reliable transportation to medical appointments, social functions or shopping expeditions.
Services are available for people in need of assistance with the essential activities of daily living (ADLs) such as eating, stand-by assistance with bathing, stand-by assistance dressing, and carrying out basic household duties. Services may also be provided for those who are recovering, disabled, and chronically or terminally ill people who require non-medical treatment.
Over the next 20 years, the senior population is expected to double to 70 million, or 20% of the U.S. population. At the same time, more and more seniors are electing to stay in their own homes for longer periods of time, rather than move into assisted living facilities.
Do You Want to Learn How to Run Your Own Home Care Business?
- If you really have the desire to become one of the best companion care companies in your area, and provide your family friends and neighbors with outstanding service that is above all others, I urge you to take the first step and partner with Caring Hearts.
- We cannot say enough of how deeply our gratitude runs for Caring Hearts. We conducted research and get our homework before choosing the Caring Hearts business model.