Finally! A New Type Of Senior Care Franchise Opportunity

Experience Counts
A new senior care franchise has launched, and it’s very different than some of the others that are currently being offered.
The ActiveRx® senior services franchise was developed with the belief that adults over the age of 65 deserve to live active, independent lives and that time and care need to be restored into the delivery of healthcare services. Interesting. And, refreshing. The demographic shifts that are taking place (right before our own eyes) include the aging baby boomers that are primed to take advantage of services and products from franchises like this one that can possibly extend their lives.

Senior Care Franchises

When it comes to senior care franchises, there are certainly lots of choices around. The ones that do well have great business models and happy franchisees. Being different can go a long way, too. Like ActiveRx®. From their website:

“ActiveRx® seeks to become the worldwide leader in developing systems and providing services that redefine aging and healthcare as it exists today for people 60 and older.”

What does that mean?

“ActiveRx® helps patients become stronger and more independent so they can prevent many of the most common later-life injuries and chronic conditions.”

Senior Care Facts

1. The 65 and over population in the US has increased from 35.5 million in 2002 to 43.1 million in 2012 (a 21% increase) and is projected to increase to 79.7 million by 2040.

2. More people are getting older than ever before. Obviously.

3. You don’t need to have a medical background to enter the industry

4. You shouldn’t buy a senior care franchise unless you’re good at this

Finally! A New Type Of Senior Care Franchise Opportunity

Mark Lines, is the newest franchisee of this new senior care franchise. He’s a former medical device executive, and has just opened an ActiveRx® strength and rehabilitation center in West Bloomfield. Lines is actually the area developer and hopes to sell 25 individual franchises over the next few years.

Good luck, Mark!