Some of the pressure associated with talking to a loved one or parent about senior care can be alleviated by starting that conversation early. Here are some things to consider about home care or senior housing. Finances. What is your loved one’s budget? What’s your budget? Depending on the choice of care, can everyone live comfortably on that amount of money? Care needs. Does your loved one or parent have a medical condition that requires constant attention, such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s? What level of care do they require now? In the future?
The ability of a home care agency to get through that all important first 6 months of launching their business is of utmost importance. There are three main reasons why some home care agencies do not make it past their 6 month mark and it has nothing to do with getting a home care license in their state (if required – which is the easy part of starting a home care agency). Here are the top three reasons home care agencies fail within 6 months:
Here are some of the reasons AHI Group, Inc home care agencies have an edge over their competition and are consistently able to win business in their local market place. No Royalties. No Territory. AHI Group wants you to have the best chance of success and so it does not restrict it’s member’s ability to market wherever they want. After all, we cannot stop every other home care organization out there moving into your “protected territory” – even if we were to restrict our other members from coming into your area. We believe it is better to allow the 1 or 2 potential other AHI Group members to have access to your area rather than restrict them that access and therefore have to restrict you and them to a territory that we cannot protect from all the other home care companies out there. Deciding where you want to market and being able to follow…
For answers to the below questions – please visit: https://www.startuphomecare.com/home-care-agency-faqs/ Q: Will you give access to clients via your Corporate Programs? Q: What do Companions and Aides (caregivers) do? Q: Is private duty (non medical) home care covered by insurance providers? Q: How much does it cost to start a home care business? Can I start it in a home office? Q: Do I need a healthcare industry background to start a private duty (non medical) home care business?