Looking for a robust business with a commitment to community? Check out Just Better Care
Many Aussies around the country are desperate to stay in their own homes as they cope with the challenges of ageing or disability. One industry is crucial to making that happen – in-home care services.
The pandemic has highlighted the importance of our frontline nursing and personal care workers in the community and essential services are rightly in the spotlight.
While many other industries were brought to a halt during the pandemic, the in-home care sector has continued to deliver its essential services.
The Just Better Care franchise is a leading operator in-home care services to the aged and those living with a disability. Its customers are particularly vulnerable and in need of protection from the Coronavirus.
Because carers provide the services in the safety of customers’ homes, there was very little disruption to the franchise network once the pandemic struck. In fact it was business as usual enhanced with extra measures (such as wearing PPE) in place to keep customers and employees safe.
Already the company is seeing signs that the sector, which has always suffered from workplace shortages, is benefiting from increased awareness of the important role undertaken by frontline nurses and care staff.
As a result Just Better Care expects to see a boost to the nursing and in-home care industry as it is recognised as a career option that provides rewarding and sustainable opportunities.
It’s particularly appealing for anyone who has lost their job due to the pandemic and can see the potential of business ownership in a robust sector.
Invest in a robust sector with potential
Just Better Care has experienced significant year after year revenue growth across the network.
And the business is continuing to grow with a further five new franchises opening up in Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia and Tasmania. The brand is already well represented across New South Wales and Queensland and has a limited supply of franchise opportunities in Victoria.
Now the franchisor is turning its focus to a national footprint and the next big growth opportunities will be South Australia and Western Australia.
This business has a high growth potential with strong underlying demand because of Australia’s ageing population.
One in six Aussies is aged over 65, and there is expected to be an increase of 30 per cent in those over the age of 85 within a decade. Predictions suggest the vast majority (80%) will need some level of care.
Just Better Care is an Approved Provider under the Aged Care Act and also delivers Disability Services under the NDIS.
So if you believe community care is a highly skilled and respected vocation and can see the potential in delivering services in this sector, find out more about how to invest in this business opportunity with Just Better Care.