Senior care franchises are projected to be booming businesses as the population ages. The folks at Synergy Homecare have a franchise opportunity that appears to be perfectly designed to ride the wave of America's aging population trends.
Franchise Profile — Synergy Homecare
Synergy HomeCare provides non-medical, personal assistance and caring to people in their homes: seniors, the convalescing, disabled persons and anyone else who needs help with daily living activities.
Become a Synergy HomeCare franchise owner and join one of the fastest growing non-medical home care franchises in North America!
There are now over 34 million people in the U.S. over age 65--approximately 12% of the population. In 25 years, this age group will grow to over 70 million.
With their established and proven franchise concept, you can start a business providing valuable non-medical home care services to improve the quality of life of your clients and their families. Ready for a franchise opportunity that will give you complete control over your financial future? Give Synergy Homecare a call!
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