Senior Helpers® Announces Creation of New Franchise Territories as Market for In-Home Senior Care Expands

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Senior Helpers®, one of the nation’s largest in-home senior care franchised businesses, announced today that the company has created new franchise territories in the U.S. Northeast and Southeast for sale to qualified franchise owners.

Senior Helpers is one the nation's largest in-home senior care companies.

Senior care is expanding everywhere, but particularly in the Northeast and Southeast.

Senior Helpers®, one of the nation’s largest in-home senior care franchised businesses, announced today that the company has created new franchise territories in the U.S. Northeast and Southeast for sale to qualified franchise owners. This expansion sets the number of operating and available territories in the U.S. at over 600 territories nationwide. The new franchise territories will serve seniors and their families in regions in which studies reveal a growing demand for senior home care.

“Senior care is expanding everywhere, but particularly in the Northeast and Southeast,” said Craig Leonard, President of Senior Helpers. “This is a great opportunity for us to expand the business opportunities for franchise owners and bring an enhanced level of professional care to more seniors and families. It helps us fulfill our mission to provide care for those who need help in order to live independently at home.”

The new territories will give franchise owners exclusive access to geographies in which the population of seniors over 75 years old is growing. “This is a great time for our business operators to be in business, and a great time for those investigating the purchase of their own franchise to make the commitment,” said Leonard.

Senior Helpers was founded by Tony Bonacuse with the help of Peter Ross in 2002 as a result of their experiences caring for their own senior family members. Tony opened the first Senior Helpers office in Baltimore, MD in 2002 to gauge the demand for such a service. As it turned out, many needed the services that Senior Helpers provided. Since 2002, Senior Helpers has invested in research and development to create proven senior care methodologies that help care for seniors living with mobility challenges or cognitive issues such as those caused by Alzheimer’s, other forms of dementia, and Parkinson’s disease. Senior Helpers has nearly 300 franchise operators running hundreds of geographic territories throughout the United States and around the world. More information on the available Senior Helpers territories is available at SeniorHelpersFranchise.com.

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