How Do I Become An AHI Group Member?
Talk to one of our business development representatives. Complete our Client Pre-Qualification Form (click here) and submit it to one of our representatives, fax to our office at 800-694-5593, or email to email@example.com. Please feel free to contact us via email or phone with any questions during the application process.
The prospective member completes the Pre-Qualification Form and submits evidence of their financial capability in the form of bank statements (with the account numbers redacted). We offer financing for those with a credit score of 710 or higher (no exceptions). If our business development team determines a prospective member is a strong candidate for AHI Group membership, they will pass the prospective member to our “second round” and they will meet with the President or a Vice President of AHI Group. This is a formal opportunity for the member prospect to help AHI Group, Inc understand more about their background and the prospect’s desire to be part of the senior care industry. It is also an opportunity for the member prospect to find out more information about AHI Group.
Following their meeting with AHI Group’s President or Vice President a prospective member may view AHI Group’s Membership Agreement. Once the prospective member has reviewed the membership agreement and notified AHI Group that they would like to be considered for membership, their application packet is submitted to the AHI Group New Member Board for review. Those approved to become part of AHI Group can then sign the membership agreement and pay 50% of AHI Group Lifetime Membership Fee.
Once a signed membership agreement and deposit payment have been received we can reserve a seat at your choice of AHI Group’s initial five day onsite training course (subject to availability) in Southern California. Five more days of initial training are required remote from each new member’s home with video and text book.
The next step is to start working on your corporate entity setup which usually takes 2-3 weeks and then your state home care license will take 3 months on average (some states are longer). Corporate entity setup must be completed before applying for the state home care agency license.
You make membership payment in full at least three calendar weeks prior to your initial training start date. You then attend the AHI Group’s initial training (also known as our “Boot Camp”).
After attending our AHI Group | StartupHomeCare Boot Camp training course and completing all the necessary pre-launch tasks you will be ready to open your doors for business and get assigned your personal coach/mentor who has previously owned a multi-million dollar home care business.