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Why SureCare offers a unique home care franchising opportunity

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When it comes to running your own business in home care, franchising with SureCare is one of the most effective ways to start supporting your local community quickly and professionally.

If you’re looking to operate a business that brings essential home care to people in your area, there are plenty of things to consider to ensure that your services are delivered in a safe and effective manner. By franchising, you can rely on the professional support and knowledge of a nationwide network.

Unlike many other home care franchisors, however, SureCare offers various other opportunities that will allow franchisees to diversify their core business. This means giving you more freedom to implement additional services and support the wider community in a way that suits you.

Range of services

The majority of home care providers in the UK focus on assisting elderly people with their day-to-day routines. This means that they’re often limited when it comes to supporting people throughout the local community, as there are many others who require essential care on a regular basis.

With a wide variety of services on offer, SureCare operators can cover numerous market segments in the care sector. This involves providing high quality support to people of all ages and for those with complex needs like learning or physical disabilities.

Our services are flexible and care packages can be tailored to meet different demands. Whether a client requires round-the-clock live-in care or just an extra pair of hands for task around the home, SureCare enables franchisees to unlock their full potential in bringing invaluable services to their market.

We have recently introduced shopping services across the country to help those who need assistance going out to get essentials or for those who may be unable to leave the home altogether. This has proved to be a considerable lifeline for many services users during the recent lockdown period.

Working with other businesses and organisations

SureCare operators across the country also work with NHS Discharge Teams to support those recovering after a stay in hospital. Making the patient transition from hospital to home can be a tricky process, which is why our care teams strive to help things go as smoothly as possible and can even provide home care services for a period of recovery.

In addition, SureCare has over 25 years of experience in working alongside Local Authorities to assist with large client volumes. This allows people in need of care to contact their local council for help finding a supportive care service. SureCare operators can then provide vital help through council contracts.

With a team of professionally trained care workers, SureCare franchisees can also provide agency staffing solutions at times when residential care homes may be temporarily short-staffed.

By running your own business, you can also make additional decisions on how your team could support local charities and volunteer groups. In the past, other SureCare franchisees have held their own fundraising events or volunteer extra time to support causes close to them.

By franchising with SureCare, you get to maximise your potential with multiple revenue streams, whilst providing invaluable services to people in your community.

To find out more, simply get in touch with Franchise Sales Manager Josh today by calling 07970 438 679 or sending an email to



"I have worked in Care Sector as a Senior Social Worker over 16 years and I am therefore fully aware that the compliance, quality assurance and legislative framework are very complex and time consuming. I chose a SureCare franchise to tackle time consuming issues so that I am able to concentrate on business development, relationship building, market growth and staff training. I now have more than 109 service users and, with the support of SureCare, our weekly hours have more than tripled in 18 months and we are looking to double them again by summer 2017."

Sami Haider, Southend

"We chose a franchise because it gives support on time-consuming issues such as policy, procedures and legislation, so it left us free to provide care. When we started out eight years ago, we were the sole carers, as well as looking after the marketing the business. Today we have 60 staff providing care for more than 100 children and older people."

Caron Oldreive & Cheryl Hawksworth, Doncaster