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Franchised elderly care Kent

Franchised Elderly care Kent is available

Seniors Helping Seniors UK was founded in Kent. With four more territories available, you’ll find support for franchised elderly care Kent on this page and if you are looking at domiciliary care as a service business, the facts are supportive.

The very first UK Seniors Helping Seniors started in Canterbury and Thanet and we have three homecare services fully established in the county.

The first Seniors Helping Seniors office launched in 2013 to service Canterbury, Whitstable, Margate, and all the small towns and villages in between.

The second office was Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and West Malling and the third was the Ashford and Swale office. Demand has been high and franchisees in Kent have given the Seniors Helping Seniors franchise a 5 star rating. Demand from clients and the supply of outstanding carers coming to work with us is strong and growing.

Community support is amazing.  Referrals come from GP’s, hospitals, lawyers, social prescribers.

Great news: Marketing has been constant across the county so the Seniors Helping Seniors brand is synonymous with great care, trust, great customer service and great jobs.

Listeners of BBC Radio Kent, viewers of BBC South-East TV news, users of Kent Online and readers of the glossy county magazines have enjoyed other people singing the praises of  Seniors Helping Seniors about everything from hospital discharges, “perfect primary care’’, keeping the elderly safe and well, keeping the elderly fit through yoga and exercise, our award winning carers and our award winning customer service.

Demand was especially high in Dover, Deal, Sandwich and Folkestone, so service in these towns is being managed by the Canterbury office until the right franchise owner comes forward.

People aged 85 and older in Kent has grown 24% in the last ten years.

Kent is a prime opportunity for franchisees looking for homecare businesses because you will benefit from the established Seniors Helping Seniors offices already working the county. Anyone looking for franchised elderly care Kent, who wants to take over existing clients would do well to look at Dover, Deal and Sandwich or Folkestone and Hythe because we have clients and carers already set up in these locations. All areas have in Kent will benefit from amazing good will in the county.

Success indicators for franchise opportunities Established indicators of strong demand for our franchised elderly care service include current and projected population statistics, demographics, socio/economic trends, local- knowledge and existing relationships.

The great news for potential franchise businesses in Kent is all the indicators are available.

Franchised elderly care Kent

The county is one year older than averages for the country. By 2031 24% of Kent’s population will be elderly. The county is ageing above average for the whole country with one in four people above sixty years of age.

The total population of Kent (excluding Medway) is 1,582,600 people. The largest local authority district is Maidstone, and the smallest is Gravesham.

There are slightly more females than males.

People aged 64 to 84 in Kent has grown 20% in the last ten years.

People aged 85 and older in Kent has grown 24% in the last ten years.

Kent’s biggest cities are Maidstone, Canterbury, and Rochester but unlike most cities in the country, city centre residents are elderly and require both support and suitable jobs.

 

Projections for Franchised elderly care Kent

The total population of people in Kent over 65 years of age is 350K and projections indicate 460K by 2036

People are expected to live another 21.3 years at 65years of age

The towns ageing fastest in relation to the average in Kent, are Dartford, Dover, Gravesham, Folkstone and Hythe.  Areas synonymous with self-funding choice

Multimorbidity

51% of people aged over 65 have two or more conditions listed with the GP

The area growing fastest regarding multimorbidity is Dartford in Kent.

Over 25K people in Kent are living with dementia. Kent is an inclusive and accessible place for people to live well with dementia thanks to the Dementia Friendly Kent programme and Kent Dementia Action Alliance which Seniors Helping Seniors has been actively supporting.

Health and Wellbeing

Diagnosis rates for conditions affecting Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) including Diabetes, hip fractures and dementia. Diagnosis in Kent is increasing. Elective hospital admissions and emergency admissions in the county are increasing.

There are no other homecare providers in Kent with S.A.F.E care award relating to COVID-19 safety precautions. Seniors Helping Seniors processes are S.A.F.E care approved.

Seniors Helping Seniors belongs to a strong and vibrant community caring about ageing, elderly care and well-being in Kent and you’d be joining a strong and committed Seniors Helping Seniors team.

 

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.

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