Franchised elderly care Sussex
Seniors Helping Seniors Home Care Franchise Company in Sussex available
Senior care franchise opportunity Sussex
Sussex has near perfect demographic credentials for Seniors.
This page aims to provide key information for your decision to start a Seniors Helping Seniors franchise somewhere in Sussex.
We urge you to start in the area you live in.
Fortunately, since Seniors Helping Seniors has only been franchising for eight years in the UK, all territories except Brighton and Hove, are available in Sussex.
Franchised elderly care in Sussex
The Seniors Helping Seniors award winning UK franchise network will support you every step of the way. There are three offices in neighbouring Kent and one very close by in Brighton and Hove. Training will take place in Canterbury Kent approximately 1.45 hour’s drive away from you.
The first Seniors Helping Seniors Sussex office in Brighton and Hove opened in 2020 so every new office in Sussex will benefit from ongoing local marketing as well as the national brand.
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The county was named as the best area in England for a family to thrive
The population of Sussex is older than the national average and is expected to grow year on year.
Many areas on the south coast attract retirees. Sussex has a uniquely applicable demographic for Seniors Helping Seniors because the demographic is relevant for our carers and for our clients.
The average age of a care worker for Seniors Helping Seniors is 59.7 years. Our carers come from the pool of active people in retirement. Our clients are Seniors who need support to live independently and happily in their own homes.
Bognor Regis, Rye, Hastings, Seaford, Hailsham, Horsham Chichester, Arun, Worthing, Lewes, Eastbourne and Rother are traditional retirement destinations.
Chichester is Sussex’s capital city and Lewes is Sussex’s county town.
West Sussex population data:
183,000 residents are over retirement age and the population age structure of West Sussex is older than that of the Southeast and of England as a whole.
Just over 20% of the population in West Sussex is over the age of 65 compared with 16% in England and Wales.
There are approximately 94,000 people aged 65-74 years and 89,000 people over 75 years of age in West Sussex.
There are some areas of West Sussex where more than 50% of residents are older than 65 years of age. Rustington East, Rustington West, East Preston and Kingston and Ferring are great examples.
Arun has most over 65’s in the county and Worthing has most 75-84 year olds.
East Sussex population data:
East Sussex has the highest percentage of people over the age of 85 in any county in England.
The population in East Sussex is 570,241. The average age in East Sussex is 42.5 years
East Sussex is 3.1% older than the national averages of people aged 60 to over 90 years of age
21.6% of the population is over 65 (185K people) compared to 18.5% in England.
Socio economic factors
All Pensioner (AP) households in Sussex is 12% of all households in the county
Lone Pensioner (LP)households is 17% of all households in the county
(The average for England is 9% for AL and LP households)
The average of Lone Pensioner households is highest in Arun at 21%
Worthing is 20% (LP)
The population of older adults aged 70+ is projected to grow fastest
As age increases, so does the percentage of people providing unpaid care. Most older people providing unpaid care in Sussex are male.
Sussex is a strong candidate for the self-funding clients a Seniors Helping Seniors business markets to. Sussex is known to be ‘a rich’ area.
One village in Sussex has been named as the most expensive in the entire country. Itchenor, near Chichester in West Sussex, has the most expensive average house prices in England.
By 2030 it is estimated 22,450 people in West Sussex will be living with dementia and it is likely that older people will also have one other life limiting chronic health condition.
30% of the elderly people surveyed by Age Well Sussex said they feel lonely.
The prospects for Care agency franchise Sussex
Sussex benefits from highly relevant population data in terms of a Seniors Helping Seniors franchise and projections for 2039 say over 30% of the population will be aged 65 and older in Sussex.
Loneliness is a key concern with 30% of the elderly saying they don’t feel part of their community. Feeling isolated affects people living rurally most because it is difficult for them to get out or to see anyone.
Most of the population of Sussex lives in the four largest towns, Bognor Regis, Crawley, Horsham and Worthing. 42% of the county’s residents and over half of its businesses are in rural areas
Sussex’s landscape is rural in character.
Care agency franchise Sussex is trending because the pandemic lead to career uncertainty and people are researching opportunities to control their futures and work from home. The data for Sussex indicates Sussex is an ideal location for people who are interested in the potential to do good whilst making money.
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