International In-Home Care Franchise Ranked as One of the Best Investments for Fifth Consecutive Year
Right at Home, a leading senior in-home care franchise system, was named by Forbes magazine as the No. 1 franchise to buy in the low-investment category (under $150,000) in Forbes’ “America’s Best & Worst Franchises to Buy 2018” list. The 2018 Forbes rankings were based on criteria including growth rates, earning potential, market adaptability, system sustainability, system demand, value for investment, franchisor support and franchisor stability. Right at Home has made the list for the last five years, including landing the top spot in 2016, as well. Right at Home is also the highest-ranked senior care franchise opportunity on Entrepreneur magazine’s 2018 Franchise 500 ranking.
“When Right at Home is recognized by credible publications including Forbes and Entrepreneur, it helps validate our franchise concept as a meaningful investment for men and women who want to leave a positive impact in their communities,” said Brian Petranick, Right at Home CEO and President. “The Right at Home community is made up of thousands of people across the world working together toward our goal of improving the lives of those we serve.”
Joining the Right at Home system allows franchisees to pursue “Success With Significance®.” When a new franchisee opens a location, they’re given the chance to improve the quality of life for their clients and achieve fulfillment beyond financial rewards on a daily basis.
“Since our franchisees don’t need to have business ownership or home care industry experience, it’s common for those who have been successful in their careers to come to Right at Home for the opportunity to apply their skills in a more meaningful way,” said Eric Little, Right at Home Chief Development Officer. “At Right at Home, our franchisees leverage their passion for serving others with our highly acclaimed training and support system, and along with our impassioned caregivers, they create a business that makes a remarkable impact on communities across the world.”
The remarkable impact Right at Home makes is provided through its proprietary care delivery system, called RightCare. RightCare is “the Right People doing the Right Things the Right Way for the Right Reason.” An example of the RightCare system is demonstrated in the services Right at Home provides, including an exclusive cognitive support program. RightCare is also exemplified through Right at Home’s collaboration with Harvard Medical School’s Department of Health Care Policy and with ClearCare, the software provider the Right at Home franchise system uses. This collaboration seeks to better monitor clients to improve at-home senior healthcare by tracking changes in clients’ behavior or condition so staff can take appropriate action in order to avoid a more serious health issue.
“Right at Home’s philosophy of providing RightCare is prominent throughout all levels of our franchise system,” said Petranick. “From our caregivers to our franchise owners to our corporate staff, Right at Home fosters a culture that cares. We are committed to providing a holistic, individualized RightCare experience for every client to improve their quality of life, and accolades like these give credence to the exceptional work we are doing throughout the system.”