|Investment Level||$50,000 to $100,000|
|Location Benefits||Significant achievements have been made in HNELHD to improve rural health services. These include building collaborations with partner health services and organisations to share expertise and skills, undertaking strategic and clinical planning, and continued improvements to health services and infrastructure.|
|Concept||Home Caring provides an opportunity to be part of one of the fastest growing sectors in the Australian economy – disability, aged and dementia care. As the population ages, it is anticipated that the number of people over 65 will double in the next 30 years and the number of people requiring disability care services will grow from 140,000 to over 500,000.|
|Agreement Terms||5 years + 2 further terms of 5 years|
|Ideal For||Our franchisees are likely to come from many different backgrounds. Many people from the aged care and disability sectors may be looking to set up on their own, but do not have sufficient capital. The Home Caring joint venture franchise may be just the answer. Others may be looking to move away from the corporate world to be in control of their own future.|
We are seeking franchisees in Tamworth-Armidale, Singleton-Narrabri, Taree – Gloucester, Port Stephens, Lower Hunter, Newcastle and Lake Macquarie – East.
Joint venture franchise opportunity, sharing the investment costs and profitability. Your investment will be between $80,000 and $120,000 depending on location costs and working capital requirements. Franchisee will be paid a salary package of $80,000 pa.
Hunter New England Local Health District (HNELHD) covers a region of 131,785 square kilometres. It encompasses a major metropolitan centre, regional communities, with a small percentage of people located in remote communities. The estimated resident population is 920,370* people. Overall, the population is experiencing rapid growth and ageing, although several local areas are experiencing depopulation. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make up 5.9* per cent of the population.
*Source: ABS 2016 estimates Healthstats, NSW Ministry of Health
Visit the Hunter New England LHD website.