What makes us unique?
Always An Angel is a faith-based senior homecare business. We have poured our hearts and souls into the Always An Angel Homecare concept and incorporated our proprietary faith-based curriculum. We have leveraged our experience in the corporate world and have incorporated lessons learned as we raised our family, cared for aging parents, and dedicated ourselves to our church and our community. Today, it is an honor and privilege to serve seniors as we help them remain in the comfort of their own homes.
Always An Angel is family owned and operated. We are deeply committed to serving seniors in the surrounding communities by providing affordable, quality service with caring, compassionate and dependable caregivers. We prayerfully strive to run our business following Godly principles, solid business best practices and good old fashion common sense.
Since 2012, we have brought a message of help, hope and peace of mind, while maintaining the dignity and respect of our senior clients by allowing them to age gracefully in their own homes.
Always An Angel Homecare provides a complete and comprehensive training program that will take you through every step in running an Always An Angel senior home care agency. This includes 5-days in the Franchise support center and at least 2-days of field training in your territory.
You will also have access to our unique brand of employee training for your office staff and caregivers. Which includes our 10 Caregiver Commandments, Bring your fruit basket and our Angel’s Wings training manual.
What makes this opportunity a sustainable business?
Everyday over 10,000 people reach the age of 65.
By 2050, there will be 83.7 million people age 65 and older, almost double the 43.1 million seniors in 2012. That’s 1 in 5 Americans. “The United States is projected to age significantly over this period,” says Jennifer Ortman, Chief of the Population Projections Branch of the Census Bureau. “Changes in the age structure of the U.S. population will have implications for health care services and providers, national and local policymakers, and businesses seeking to anticipate the influence that this population may have on their services, family structure and the American landscape.”1
Join us as we meet the growing needs of seniors who are facing the challenges of aging.
 “Baby Boomers Approach Age 65 – Glumly; Survey Findings about America's Largest Generation,” D’Vera Cohn and Paul Taylor, Pew Research Center, December 20, 2010.
We currently offer a 10% discount on the initial franchise fee to veterans.