How to Start a Non-Medical Home Care Business 1-2-3
Hot Business: Non-Medical Homecare
As Baby Boomers age, the senior age bracket and the number of senior care services is expected to grow. In
fact is has already started.
An interesting factor, however, is that a large percentage of the growth of senior care services is for
active seniors - and ones who want to remain active. This includes non-medical home care.
Seniors want to live in their homes as long as possible. They want to remain active, but they may not be
able to drive or complete certain tasks that they once handled with ease.
Non-medical home care services can
help with chores around the house, run errands and even simply keep senior citizens company. There are
variety of jobs than can be managed by the home care service, depending on the needs of the client.
Starting a non-medical home care business requires less capital, skills and staffing, since you are not
handling any medical procedures. For someone who enjoys being a caregiver and building relationships, this type
of business can be very rewarding.
To get started, check with your city and state about licensing requirements in your area for a non-medical
home care business. Check with other similar care services in your area to see how they operate and what the
market is like for a non-medical care business.
You can start your own care business with a non-medical home care business plan or join a non medical home care franchise.
Home Care Forms and Templates
Home Care Templates Get the forms you need to start and run your home care business.
Over 100 full customizable forms that you can download and print straight from the internet. Customer
resource forms, employee training materials are some of the documents included.
MyOnlineMedForms.com also provides custom forms for home care businesses. They have
business manuals, medication profile forms, nursing evaluation, plan of care forms, consent for care, rights
and responsibility templates, Oasis forms and more - downloadable individually.
Non-Medical Care Business Plans & Resources
Adult Day Care Business
An adult day care is a non-residential facility which provides activities for elderly people. It is a
community-based program that can provide a variety of health, social and support-related services. This care
service is ideal for elderly people who would benefit from regular socialization. You can use this Adult Day
Care business plan template to help you get this home care business started.
For local licensing and permit requirements in your area, state tax forms and business name registration
instructions, contact your local county government office. Each state has it's own business requirements -
which can vary sometimes by county or city. You can use this list of state-by-state business resources to find the information
specifically for your state and local area, including phone numbers and other contact information.
If you want more information on nursing education, nursing networking sites, home care business plans, home
health care equipment and supply resources >> how to start a
home health care business,
Learn how to work with elderly individuals. Find out how to get a Certificate in Gerontology online (for nurses, social workers, physical therapists, personal care assistants,
administrators).Getting Clients for Your Non-Medical Home Care Business
Use these free online resources to connect with customers looking for a variety of different care services.
Get Your Business Listed at
You can get an affordable semi-exclusive listing at Inside Elder Care, which is a website dedicated to helping
families find senior care facilities and services.
Get Client Referrals from the National Homecare Network
The National Homecare Network is an online network of quality home care providers. People looking for home care
services visit this site, qualified providers listed at the site then can receive these qualified leads. You
must submit an application to be listed on the site, but there is not charge to join or receive leads.
Get Publicity and Leads for Your Senior Care Business
Senior Care Marketer specializes in marketing services for companies that provide products and services to the
aging population, including housing and home care services.
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