Franchised elderly care Norfolk
Seniors Helping Seniors Elderly care franchises Norfolk available
Three outstanding elderly care franchise opportunities exist currently within Norfolk. Franchisees may select the franchise area of their choice including neighbouring towns outside Norfolk, in the East of England.
Established indicators include current and projected population statistics, demographics, socio/economic trends, local knowledge and existing relationships.
The great news for potential franchise businesses in Norfolk is all the indicators are available. We have selected a few key indicators of the potential for franchise success in Norfolk on this page.
Interested in opening an elderly care ethical franchise Norfolk?
Critically for anyone interested in the prospects for a successful elderly care franchise, Norfolk has an older age profile than England. Population-wise, Norfolk is the ‘oldest’ county in the country.
Norfolk’s population is 907,800 24.5% of the total are 65 years of age and over.
With ¼ of the population aged over 65, Norfolk stands out as an exciting elderly care franchise opportunity. (The average across England is 18%)
3.4% of the Norfolk population is over the age of 85
Projected population statistics
The population in Norfolk is projected to age at a greater rate than the rest of England.
1 million people 85 years and older will live in Norfolk by 2036
75-84 yrs: Projected to increase 37% by 2028
65+ yrs : Projected to increase 27% by 2028
There are more thank 700 towns in Norfolk and 7 local authority areas.
North Norfolk is a popular retirement area.
South Norfolk and Breckland see the biggest increases in people aged 85 and over.
The areas ageing fastest in Norfolk are South Norfolk and Breckland.
The five areas with highest numbers of people aged 65+ by 2028 are King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, South Norfolk, Breckland, North Norfolk and Broadland.
Socio economic indicators
Economically, the rural areas of Norfolk are less deprived than urban areas.
93% of Norfolk is rural. Middle aged (45-64) and older people (65+) live rurally. 60% of people aged 65+ in the county live in rural areas.
There are 100K unpaid carers in Norfolk.
Health and Wellbeing
Diagnoses for conditions affecting Activities of Daily Living (including Diabetes, hip fractures and dementia) are rising in the county.
Males in Norfolk live in poor health for an average of 17 years and females live in poor health in Norfolk for an average of 21 years.
Norfolk’s COVID-19 care home death toll was grim with the county among the ten worst affected areas in the country.
There are no homecare providers in Norfolk with a S.A.F.E care award relating to COVID-19 safety precautions.
GP’s and ageing experts like Age UK and well-being teams refer to our franchised in-home care teams. Seniors Helping Seniors has identified a strong and vibrant community caring about ageing, elderly care and well-being in Norfolk.
The Right Choice
After 20 years in elderly care, we know how to effectively start, grow and manage business operations. With a strong franchise community supporting you, you’re in business for yourself but not by yourself.