Franchise Available in Lincoln, NE – A Place at Home

Lincoln, Nebraska and its surrounding rural counties offer an opportunity for growth in the home healthcare industry. The franchises A Place At Home establishes help provide needed services to an aging demographic that often finds healthcare options lacking.

Lincoln and the Surrounding Counties

The Lincoln, Nebraska metropolitan area refers to the area covering Lancaster and Seward Counties (combined population roughly 319,000) which is anchored by the city of Lincoln. It also extends into Beatrice city and wider Gage County as part of its Combined Statistical Area.

Lancaster County

The county of Lancaster has an estimated population of 301,707 with a majority of the county’s population located in the city of Lincoln with an estimated population of 273,018. In terms of demographics, 12.2% (or 36,809) of the county’s population is aged 65 or older. The home healthcare industry in the county employs 534 people across 12 different home healthcare companies.

Seward County

Seward County is considered the other core country of the greater Lincoln metro area alongside Lancaster county. With a county population of 17,133, it’s core population area is the city of Seward (population 7,133) and is located 30 minutes away from Lincoln. Of the 17,133 county residents 16.8% (2,879) are aged 65 or older. Home healthcare statistics are unavailable for this area. Like many smaller communities, such services are very hard to calculate, severely lacking in options, or care is provided in the nearby larger cities in the area, such as Lincoln.

Beatrice, Nebraska

Beatrice accounts for roughly 50% of Gage County’s population with 12,357 of the county’s 21,778 residents residing in the city. Located only 40 minutes away from Lincoln it is one of the rural communities that make up the wider census-designated area. Of the county’s 21,778 residents 20.6% (4,487) are aged 65 or older and Beatrice accounts for 2,694 of these residents. Gage County has 2 home healthcare service providers with one located in Beatrice proper.

About A Place At Home

The greater Lincoln Metro area is a growth market for A Place at Home. With an aging population, it is one that will require greater senior care in the future. When considering franchise opportunities you have options on the size of your territory ranging from 30k, 60k, 90k, and an industry leading 120k. If you’re dedicated to helping senior citizens A Place at Home franchise can help you meet those goals.

Senior Care’s Growing Demand

Today, 10,000 baby boomers are reaching retirement age every single day. Add to this number the fact that we’re living longer, and the growing desire for seniors to age in place, and you have the recipe for a growing business opportunity.

The home healthcare industry is growing by leaps and bounds every year. If you’re looking for a business opportunity that has a built-in growth factor in the coming years a home healthcare franchise offers excellent opportunities.

The Growing Market For Home Healthcare

A  home healthcare franchise offers a unique opportunity to enter this fast-growing sector and give back to your community. Here a quick look at some of the benefits home healthcare offers.

As more baby boomers enter retirement every day, home healthcare spending is projected to outpace all other types of health care. According to Grand View Research, the market for home healthcare is expected to grow 7.8% a year for the foreseeable future, reaching a value of $517.23 billion by 2025. Demand is growing strongly thanks to benefits like improved patient outcome, elimination of unnecessary hospitalization, improved patient outcomes, and cost efficiency. It also offers patients, who choose to age in place, excellent care in their preferred setting.

A Lower Entry Point

If you’re looking for a franchise opportunity, home healthcare is a great choice. It can cost $500,000 or more to open a fast-food franchise. Most home healthcare franchises cast $150,000 or less to start. This investment includes and is primarily used for hiring, marketing, recruiting and training staff, and for office space.

High Demand = High Revenue

For a relatively low investment, a home healthcare franchise can be a revenue generator, once you’ve ramped up your operation by making connections with key referrers like social workers, and elder-law attorneys. Home Care Plus, an industry research firm found that the median income for a home healthcare franchise is close to $2 million annually. Home Care Plus also found those franchise operators brought in much more than independent operators.

Help With Compliance

Independent healthcare operators are struggling to stay ahead of changes in local, state and federal laws. Insurance to cover worker activities in clients’ homes is another challenging area. Franchises are well known to insurers, and that can help franchisees when it comes to obtaining insurance. As for HIPAA compliance and other regulations, Most franchises offer help to their franchise owners when it comes to understanding compliance and systematizing record keeping.

A home healthcare franchise is a great way to enter into a growing market with a proven business model and the business support you need to succeed. Beyond that, a healthcare franchise is an excellent way to give back to your community and offer help to people who have entered their golden years and their families.

Make A Difference With A Place at Home

A Place at Home is a franchise that is poised to deliver. They offer franchisees help throughout the process, from working with you to find and negotiate the perfect office space and assisting franchisees to cut through the healthcare red-tape, to providing marketing materials and strategies. One of the significant benefits of buying into a franchise is that the business model has been proven. With A Place at Home, you are buying into a franchise that not only has an established model; they help you with every step including offering training assistance, marketing, and helping owners/operators to make a difference in their communities.

A Place at Home Macomb franchisee Melissa Shevela says the opportunity to create a positive impact on her community is the most rewarding part of being in the home healthcare business. “We have an opportunity to make things better for other people’s loved ones. Seniors deserve respect, compassion, and high-quality care during their golden years. A Place at Home emphasizes high-quality caregiving and on ensuring seniors can thrive in a safe, happy environment,” Shevela said.

If you’re considering a franchise in the fast growing home healthcare industry, give A Place at Home a call. We offer our partners support with every stage of the start-up process including marketing support, training, and a proven business model. You’ll not only grow your business, but you’ll also be giving back to your community by providing high-quality care and support to your clients and their loved ones. A Place at Home is one home health care business that gives it’s franchisees a chance to do well while doing good.

Find the Right Suppliers to Help Expand Your Brand

Excerpt from the October Issue of Franchising World:

A successful business depends in part on selecting the best cast of cohorts for your brand.

It takes a village to run a franchise brand, yet many emerging franchisors run a lean operation. A Place at Home is one of those franchisors. Every department and division relies on numerous suppliers. Doing everything internally is nearly impossible, which is why it’s important to rely on these third-party partners. Currently, we work with more than 40 suppliers who support our business through payroll services, scheduling, training, digital marketing and advertising, legal, accounting, CRM, and the list continues to grow.

There are so many options for suppliers and it can be a very time-consuming process to narrow them down. It’s certainly been a learning process since co-founder Dustin Distefano and I established A place at Home six years ago, but today we’re incredibly confident in the dozens of strong supplier partnerships we’ve established. Here we’ve identified some best practices emerging franchisors can use to help in their search for top-flight suppliers.

Explore Options

The biggest supplier isn’t always the best one. Always look at more than one option to ensure the product or service you are considering is competitive and fully meets your needs. Ask to speak with one or more of the company’s current customers. If this is not an option, ask for data on a client whose business is similar to yours.

Find Great Partners

Simply being able to execute what you hire them for shouldn’t be your only criteria. Vet companies that have franchise knowledge, an ability to scale as you grow, outstanding customer support, the ability to talk with a live person to get questions answered, competitive pricing, and specific experience in your industry. Also, suppliers who offer discounted pricing to franchisees increases its value to a franchisor.

For us, it was important to find suppliers that had a history working with franchise companies, but it wasn’t a deal breaker. Every supplier starts somewhere. Suppliers that have a proven track record working with multiple locations, even if not franchises, are essential.

Seek Recommendations

Other franchisors or IFA recommended many of the suppliers we use. Lean on your network to help identify and evaluate potential suppliers. Our experience with the NextGen in Franchising Global Competition also proved beneficial. During a round table discussion with one of the NextGen advisers, we received some great counsel. But the advice that really stuck took place during a special session with the former CEO of Great Clips, who said his longest-lasting relationship and most valuable supplier resulted from a handshake and never anything more than that.

Consider Goals & Evaluate

One thing that was non-negotiable as we were vetting suppliers was their ability to help A Place at Home grow nationwide. Coast-to-coast growth is crucial to complete our mission. As of July 2018, we had four franchisees operating in Colorado, California, Michigan and Oregon, and our supplier partners have been instrumental in helping us scale.

Even after you have selected your suppliers, your work is not complete. It is important to collaborate with these partners and your franchisees to ensure that the product or service they are providing is consistent and in line with the expectations that were set forth. If a supplier is falling short of these expectations, within reason, give them a chance to make it right. If their performance proves to be inadequate, part ways. There are many other suppliers that want your business and far bigger concerns than under-performing partners.

Going Back to Mission, Values

Whether deciding on awarding a franchise, hiring an employee or even selecting your supplier partners, it’s important that the supplier shares your brand’s core values. Partner with individuals and companies that align with these values, and you will grow and succeed the right way.

Considering a Senior Care Franchise?

When you join our group of dynamic business owners, as franchisees of A Place at Home, you’ll have strong support, thorough training and valuable business resources to help you succeed. Contact us to learn more.

A Place at Home: Our Story

Excerpt from the October Issue of Franchise Dictionary Magazine:


That’s exactly what happened when Jerod Evanich and his childhood friend, Dustin Distefano, discussed life one day over lunch. “We found ourselves talking about the troubles our families were having with our grandparents and great grandparents,” Evanich says.

Before long, the friends were looking for solutions for families and talked about launching a business. “We wanted to create a company that could provide services that we would be proud to offer our family and community. In-home care became a clear choice,” he says.

In August 2012, the pair launched A Place at Home. “Our mission is to be passionate professionals, who provide compassionate care solutions where and when you need it. We continued to focus on creating services that were centered around seniors and helped them transition through the aging process,” Evanich says.

A senior-focused care company, A Place at Home has a model that is centered on using RNs to coordinate clients’ plan of care and certified professionals to administer the care. In-home care services, including companion, personal, and medication services are available.

“We also offer care coordination services that help seniors navigate the medical industry; from accompanying doctors visits, to creating healthcare portfolios, or even coordinating their other healthcare providers and ancillary services. Our Senior Living Alternatives service helps those who can no longer stay at home find the best senior living option,” Evanich says. “We spent more than two years perfecting our model and learning the franchising industry before jumping in.”

“Franchisees should get out in their local community to bring awareness to their services. That is the key to success. Hiring and retaining compassionate and reliable employees is crucial. That is the core of the business,” Evanich says. “Franchise partners have the ability to make of it what they put into it. The can create something bigger than themselves and something that will make a positive impact on their community.”

Considering a Senior Care Franchise?

When you join our group of dynamic business owners, as franchisees of A Place at Home, you’ll have strong support, thorough training and valuable business resources to help you succeed. Contact us to learn more.

South Portland Gains New Senior Care Option

Local Entrepreneurs Launch a New A Place at Home

SOUTH PORTLAND, OR, AUGUST 7, 2018 – Local entrepreneurs Jerome and Kyara Philips have been awarded the right to open an A Place at Home franchise in the South Portland area. The new location is scheduled to launch this fall.

A Place at Home offers a model of senior care distinct from other options. Their senior care model includes in-home care, care coordination, community placement and staffing services. The company launched in 2012 in Omaha, NE, where it grew to serve over 800 clients and employed hundreds of caregivers, CNA’s, CMA’s, nurses, and other professional staff members. In 2017, founders Jerod Evanich and Dustin Distefano launched the NorEast Franchise Group in the hopes of serving seniors from coast-to-coast.

As a former social worker navigating the child welfare system, Jerome Philips has six years of experience working directly with families in need of services. Prior to that, he had four years of experience training and developing workers in the tech industry. He has a BS in Human Development and an Associate’s degree in Organizational Design, an educational background which offers extensive training in healthy aging, family dynamics, and care planning. He will serve as Operations Manager for the new franchise.

In addition to being Jerome’s wife and business partner, Kyara Philips will serve as the Lead RN for the new franchise. She has over eighteen years of nursing experience including being the RN Team Lead for nearly eight years at Kaiser Permanente.

The Philips’ decided to launch the business after personally experiencing the challenges of caring for Jerome’s father during an unexpected and persistent illness. “It helped us become aware of both the needs of seniors and the challenges they face in navigating their way to appropriate care. As a result, we’re passionate about maintaining the quality of life for seniors no matter what their circumstances are. We’re also committed to providing an understanding and supportive work environment for caregivers.”

The couple felt A Place at Home stood out as an innovative company offering superior senior care while maintaining a passion for the success of both employees and franchisees.

“We felt a real alignment with A Place at Home’s Core Values,” Jerome adds. “We’re focused on listening to each individual’s needs, on doing what we say we’re going to do, on listening before speaking and on living life with integrity.”

A Place at Home’s core values are summed up in its We are CARE model: compassionate, accountable, respectful, and ethical. Founder Jerod Evanich notes, “If a franchisee has a personal foundation built on these values, we can parlay their professional background and acumen into helping them become successful business owners.”

Evanich and Distefano will not award a franchise unless they feel the candidates are shining examples of the We are CARE philosophy.

Evanich and Distefano felt the best way to forward A Place at Home’s mission of providing top-notch senior care across the country was to expand services to local communities through franchising. “We wanted to share the continuum of care model across the nation to assist seniors with the complexities of the aging process by providing them with one compassionate, professional care company they can depend on.”

Considering a Senior Care Franchise?

When you join our group of dynamic business owners, as franchisees of A Place at Home, you’ll have strong support, thorough training and valuable business resources to help you succeed. Contact us to learn more.


Dustin Distefano, CFE
Co-Founder and Head of Franchise Development

O: 888-502-6310
F: 402-281-0736



A Place at Home (a NorEast Franchise Group) offers a range of customized in-home care services, care coordination and assistance in identifying and transitioning to senior living alternatives. The company is dedicated to preserving the quality of life for seniors by giving them the support they need to stay as independent as possible for as long as possible. Those who would like to explore franchising should contact the owners to start a conversation. Visit or a for more information.

Metro Detroit Gains New A Place at Home Franchise

DETROIT, MI – JUNE 26, 2018

Earlier this month, local entrepreneurs Melissa Shevela and Michael Shevela were awarded the first A Place at Home Franchise in Michigan. The Shevelas have obtained exclusive rights to offer the unique APAH model to seniors in the southeast Michigan, metro Detroit region. Their office will be headquartered in Warren and will also serve the greater Macomb County.

Melissa Shevela will serve as the new franchise’s President. She spent 13 years as the owner-operator of a business in the automotive industry. She guided that business through an exponential growth period, increasing sales eightfold during her time there. She has been in the community for 47 years, and has held many volunteer leadership positions as well. She served as the Coordinator for a Salvation Army Soup Kitchen, for example, and remains active at St. Louis Church. She has a B.A. in Marketing, Advertising, and Public Relations from Central Michigan University.

Michael Shevela will serve as the new franchise’s Operations Manager. He has 30 years of experience leading professionals in the automotive industry. He spent 13 years working side-by-side with Melissa on their automotive business. He is known for being a consummate problem-solver who relentlessly follows industry standards. He is a lifelong resident of the southeastern Michigan community.

“After caring for my mother during her battle with cancer, and after caring for my father-in-law during his end-of-life stages,” says Ms. Shevela, “I came to understand the struggles inherent to finding good in-home care. I wished it could have been better for our loved ones. But now, we have an opportunity to make things better for other people’s loved ones. Seniors deserve respect, compassion, and high-quality care during their golden years. A Place at Home puts emphasis on high-quality care-giving and on ensuring seniors can thrive in a safe, happy environment.”

Mr. Shevela agrees, and notes, “A Place at Home stood out as being well-prepared to handle different levels of senior-care needs. We were impressed both by the quality of care they offer and by the company’s commitment to employee development. We align strongly with A Place at Home’s core values.”

A Place at Home follows four core values. Its founders, franchisees and employees all pledge to be “compassionate, accountable, respectful and ethical.” They call it the CARE model.

Mr. Shevela adds, “We promise to uphold the CARE core values for both our clients and employees, no exceptions.”
Company co-founders Jerod Evanich and Dustin Distefano hope to see the APAH “We are CARE” model offered coast-to-coast.

“We truly believe the best way to ensure seniors throughout the nation receive the best care is through franchising,” says Evanich. “Partnering with passionate-minded business professionals who align with our values and who are committed to sharing the Senior-Focused Care model will help complete our Mission ‘to be Passionate Professionals Providing the Compassionate Care Solutions You Need, Where and When You Need Us’.”

Evanich and Distefano launched APAH in 2012. They began franchising in 2017 after experiencing exponential growth.
Evanich and Distefano make it clear anyone hoping to start an APAH franchise should first examine themselves to ensure they can say they are already shining examples of the CARE philosophy.

“If we can see those qualities in a person we will gladly help them parlay their professional background and acumen into running a successful APAH business,” adds Distefano.

Fortunately for seniors in the Detroit metro area, the Shevelas have successfully risen to the challenge.

A Place at Home Service Lines Assist Seniors in Streamlining Care

Senior care businesses are some of the best franchises to open and own—for one simple reason. We’re all aging and we all have aging loved ones. Right now, the large Baby Boom generation is beginning to rely on A Place at Home senior services, and the market will grow from 56M seniors to 84M in a 30 year span. In addition, owning such a franchise can fulfill a desire to help your community. These are great upsides, but you can’t count on “just any” run-of-the-mill senior care franchise to flourish. The best franchises to open will make themselves market leaders. Make your franchise choice wisely, by looking at what sets the best senior care franchises apart.

Avoid Limited Scope Franchises that Don’t Cover Seniors’ Needs

The problem with most senior care franchises is their narrow focus. If you invest in purchasing one of the very narrowly-specialized senior care franchises (those that only do non-medical, in-home or companion care, for example) your group of potential customers is very limited. A narrow, limited scope franchise in today’s highly competitive market may not stand out.  “One-size fits all” single-service franchises are not the most effective for senior care. Most seniors need a custom solution, with services tailored to their current needs and future plans–that’s exactly what A Place at Home franchises offer: more diversity amongst service lines, with phenomenal franchisee training in how to streamline the services.

The Best Franchise to Open: Full-Service and Customized Senior Care

We created our A Place At Home franchise around multiple lines of service. This answers the great, unmet need in the marketplace. Seniors, and their busy caregiving family members, need a customized care solution. Our franchise owners can offer packages of services, unique to each senior’s individual situation. Our full-service franchise offers seniors a trusted and convenient, one-stop place to get an accurate assessment of their needs. Then, our senior care coordinators arrange for, and connect them with, all the care they need now, and outline a plan for future needs from our suite of senior care services.

Invest in Full-Service Senior Focused Care Franchise – A Place at Home

A Place at Home stands out from all the other, single-focus “home care” franchises. With our 4 lines of services, our franchisees can create customized plans to meet each senior’s needs. We are flexible and multi-faceted, in contrast to typical, single-service franchises. With the single service franchises they are forced to recommend other companies to do what A Place at Home can do for the senior. This does two things: 1) you just gave away the revenue and 2) the most important, you just introduced another provider to the client. Our goal is to streamline the aging process by decluttering the amount of providers and manage the situation for them, thus creating a superior service for the senior population.

Their Criticism is Our Source of Pride

Our competition has said, “A Place at Home offers too much! We (the competitor) focus on one service, home care, and do really great at it.” Our rebuttal is this “A Place at Home focuses on one service as well: fulfilling the needs of each senior client and family. We focus on the whole person, providing the best option(s) for each unique senior and situation. Our wide-ranging, custom senior care program drawn from 4 lines of service, provides superior options for seniors–and multiple revenue streams for our franchise owners.

A Place at Home: We’re Better Because We’re Different

In a saturated senior care market, we are proud to offer something truly outstanding. What sets us apart is our deep understanding of the continuum of care a senior may require. This innovative mindset makes us a winning franchise–that will outlast all the rest. Our senior-focused care model takes senior services to a higher level than other franchises in the senior care space.

“A Place At Home franchises offer an innovative, client-centered, full service model. We’re not focused solely on keeping people at home, nor do we emphasize assisted living placement. We’re committed to the best solution for the senior.” – Dustin Distefano, CEO

A Place at Home Provides Services that Seniors Truly Need

When you invest in a senior care franchise, pick the innovative franchise that offers multiple service lines to sustain your business. A Place At Home is poised for rapid growth. Now is the time to join us as a franchisee, with large, prime territories available. Take the next step now. Contact A Place At Home franchise today – 888-502-6310.

Franchises Available in Kansas City – A Place at Home

Franchises Available in Kansas City - A Place at Home

When reviewing Franchises available in Kansas City senior care and home health care is an area that has room for growth. Local demographics in nearby communities show exactly the type of population trend that could need the services that A Place at Home provides. Johnson County in Kansas is one such example.

Johnson County And Surrounding Cities

Johnson County Kansas is a part of the greater 15 county Kansas City metro area. This location covers a large area along the Missouri Kansas border. With Kansas City serving as the ‘anchor’, several sizable cities have grown around the wider metro area. Within Johnson County, pay attention to its largest cities Olathe and Overland Park. These locations are ideal for A Place at Home franchises due to their demographics.

  • Johnson County:

    Overall Johnston county has an estimated population of 572, 428. Of this, an estimated 12.7% (or 72,698) are 65 or older. The home healthcare industry is also strong in the county. Johnson County has 1,601 employees working for 53 different healthcare businesses.

  • Overland Park:

    Has an estimated population of 183,775 of this 14.2% (or 26,096) are 65 or older. The city also accounts for 20 of the county’s healthcare establishments and 887 of its employees.

  • Olathe:

    Has an estimated population of 132,787. Of this 9.2% (or 12,216) is 65 or older. Olathe also accounts for 5 of the county’s healthcare establishments and 45 of its employees.

Among franchises available in Kansas City healthcare is a viable one due to the population and established healthcare industry. Of note, Overland Park has a well-established home health industry. The city of Olathe while smaller has the figures that indicate future industry growth and need.

About A Place At Home   

As the above figures indicate Johnson county is a strong market for A Place at Home. It is an area that needs the services that A Place at Home provides senior citizens. When establishing your franchise you have options on territory size ranging from 30k, 60k, 90k, and 120k in population. 120K is the largest territory offered in the entire industry. When you review franchises available in Kansas City A Place at Home offers opportunity and the chance to truly help senior citizens.

Veterans, Franchising, and Senior Care = Strong Business

As our many courageous veterans begin returning home ready to settle back into their normal lives, they are re-entering the workforce and seeking new opportunities for the future. Veterans possess a unique skill set and a passion to serve. A senior care franchise is a lucrative opportunity for returning veterans with the desire to own their own business, who love helping others and have access to start-up funding.

There’s an old saying about franchising – “In franchising you’re in business for yourself, but you’re never in business by yourself.” A senior care franchise is a great opportunity for returning veterans to use their skills to build a company with a proven business model, backed by a team ready to help them get started and support them as they grow.

Let’s look at some of the advantages that a senior care franchise offers returning veterans.

The Benefits of Buying A Franchise

For returning veterans looking to start a business, franchising offers several important benefits. A good franchise will have a proven track record, a developed business plan and a proven business model. That means spending less start-up time than building a business from scratch. A franchise allows you to begin making money when you open your doors.

Along with the training benefits of owning a franchise, veterans possess unique traits that make them strong candidates, these include:

Executing Orders

Their training for the military prepared them to receive orders and execute them precisely. Often under trying circumstances. With this level of focus, and the roadmap and plan of executions a franchise provides, they are the perfect candidates for success!

Veterans Care

They have proven their care for our country, and with a senior care franchise, they can extend their caring to our countries senior citizens, many of whom have also served. It’s a wonderful way to give back to their community.

Veterans Have Resource Available

Thanks to their dedicated service, veterans have plenty of resources to obtain the start-up funding needed to purchase a home healthcare franchise.

Owning a senior care franchise is a great way to lower the risks of starting a new business. With a proven business plan, a recognized and developed brand, marketing assistance, and the training a skill veterans already possess, the risks of starting a business can be significantly lowered.

Why A Senior Care Franchise Is A Great Choice

The population of seniors in American is growing. Also, they want to remain at home. An in-home senior care franchise is perfectly positioned to take advantage of this growing market.

Baby boomers are entering their golden years. In the coming decade there will be a growing need for home health care. Today’s retirees are more independent than the generations that came before them. They are choosing to remain in their homes as long as possible rather than living out their years in a retirement community.

Now is the perfect time to open a senior care franchise in your community. Home health care is currently a 93 billion dollar industry and is growing. Studies have shown that the number of Americans over 65 will double by 2050. In addition, 66% of them will need long-term care in their lifetime. A senior care franchise is a solid business with a future of growth ahead.

Veterans in the Community

Another benefit for returning veterans is that, while a background in health care is definitely an asset, a formal medical background is not necessary. The skills they possess from past experiences in the service, and a desire to help others, is all that needed to get started. It’s also a business that gives you the freedom to interact with your community. You’ll meet people from all walks of life in all types of environments at home, in the office, at medical facilities, multiple networking events and at the VA Hospitals and VFW posts in your community.

A senior care business is a business with a heart. It offers franchisees the ability to really make a difference in people’s lives. A veteran has spent a career servicing our country. A senior care franchise means working with care-givers, clients and their families to help make their lives better. You will gain much more than a paycheck. You will help to make a difference and positively impact people in your community.

If you want to start a business that can make a positive difference in people’s lives, help enrich your community and support your family through your hard work, consider a senior care franchise.

Thank You For Your Service,

Dustin Distefano, CEO