Home Health Care News Launches Franchise Forum 2020 For In-Home Care

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The Forum will bring together leaders in the home-based care franchising field, including both home/personal care and home health care, to discuss the emerging trends and pressing challenges operators will face in the future.

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With reduced travel and conference participation this year, the 2020 Franchise Forum is a great way to connect with those interested in starting a home care franchise and becoming an owner-operator in this fast-growing market

Home Health Care News (HHCN), an Aging Media Network publication, is pleased to announce its first annual Franchise Forum, to be held November 10, 2020. This virtual event, taking place at https://franchiseforum.homehealthcarenews.com, will feature executives from the in-home care industry including leaders from home care, home health care, senior living and other segments of the care continuum. These leaders will discuss and present opportunities to get involved in the rapidly growing senior care market and will talk about starting, owning and running franchise operations.

HHCN’s readers provide a targeted market, well versed in the opportunities and challenges in this space. The event will draw additional attendees from Aging Media’s highly qualified, global audience including subscribers of its other healthcare-continuum publications Senior Housing News, Skilled Nursing News and Hospice News.

The one-day virtual event will feature 2 content panels with participation from a variety of in-home care franchise leaders. In addition to C-suite panels, the event will also include six 30-minute sessions for franchisors to market and present the opportunities that their franchises offer to the event’s attendees. These presentations will be available on-demand to registered attendees for 30 days after the event is complete.

“With reduced travel and conference participation this year, the 2020 Franchise Forum is a great way to connect with those interested in starting a home care franchise and becoming an owner-operator in this fast-growing market,” said George Yedinak, co-founder of Aging Media. “In times of economic downturn, many individuals are driven to take control of their own destiny and a franchising opportunity is one way to turn their entrepreneurial dream into a reality.”

For those interested in opening a home care business of their own, there has never been a more opportune time to join the industry. Demographic tailwinds and a preference for aging-in-place will keep home care services in high demand for the next few decades.

Meanwhile, payers and health systems are increasingly recognizing the value of home care providers, which typically focus on social determinants of health and activities of daily living (ADLs).

"Home care has carved out a key role in the care continuum the past couple of years," said Bob Holly, editor of Home Health Care News. "And home care is in the spotlight even more now because of the COVID-19 virus. More seniors and their families are searching for alternatives to congregate settings -- and that's not changing anytime soon."

For information on sponsoring or presenting a franchising opportunity in this format, please contact Gordon Hunt at ghunt@agingmedia.com or 312-847-5540.

For more information about the 2020 HHCN Franchise Forum, visit https://franchiseforum.homehealthcarenews.com.

About Aging Media Network / Home Health Care News
Aging Media Network is an innovative publishing company based in Chicago, Illinois, and is the publisher of Home Health Care News, Senior Housing News, Reverse Mortgage Daily, Skilled Nursing News and Hospice News.

Home Health Care News is the leading source of industry news and information covering the growing business of home health and in-home care. Visit https://homehealthcarenews.com for more information.

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