Join an Award-Winning Brand Offering A Recession-Resistant Senior Care Franchise!
If you’re reading this, chances are you’re interested in making an important contribution to your community as a business owner — but not just any business owner. You’d like to be one who offers valuable services that benefit older adults and their loved ones. It’s an important responsibility. When you join the Senior Care Authority family of franchise owners, you’ll become a trusted and respected resource for seniors and their families when they need your guidance the most.
Learn how owning a Senior Care Authority® Franchise can be rewarding both personally and professionally
We’re a Top Senior Placement and Eldercare Consulting Brand!
Our franchisees repeatedly recognize us for our commitment to them and their success. We’ve been voted one of the top brands in franchisee satisfaction for seven years in a row and are a leading senior service sector provider!
Senior Care Authority
Why Senior Care Authority?
Our Industry Leadership
We are leaders in the thriving senior services industry, providing senior living options, eldercare consulting, and advocacy services to hundreds of communities across the country.
Our Affordable Investment
Our elder care franchise investment opportunity represents an economical way to capitalize on our robust industry, involving low overhead and few moving parts. This simplicity can mean the potential for a quick ROI!
Our Proven System
Our Training and Support
You can count on our comprehensive initial franchise training, which includes one-on-one coaching and field training with ongoing support for the life of your senior care franchise. You’ll be in business for yourself but not by yourself!
Our Brand Culture
We believe strongly in the value each Senior Care Authority franchise location brings to its community. Our franchisees enjoy personal satisfaction, financial reward, and a better work/life balance.
Senior Care Authority
Ours Is a Much-Needed Service
That Meets a Growing Need
As the Baby Boomer population ages, society is on the cusp of facing the needs of an unprecedented number of seniors. The majority of people over 65 will need care at some point in their life. For many of them and their families, the process of finding that care can be overwhelming and stressful. Consider these facts:
The number of Americans age 65 and older will more than double over the next 20 years, reaching 80 million in 2040.
The number of adults age 85 and older (the group most often needing help with basic personal care) will nearly quadruple by 2040.
Approximately 70% of individuals over age 65 will require at least some type of long-term care service during their lifetime.
Older Americans are living longer. In 1960, men who turned 62 could expect to live another 15 years. By 2040, they will likely live for another 22 years. For 62-year-old women, the gain in remaining life expectancy between 1960 and 2040 will be four years.