A Place at Home Franchise

Detailed Information

Capital Required
$75,800 - $184,500

Liquid Capital
$120,000

Net Worth
$200,000

Financing Assistance
Available Via Third Party

Training and Support
Available

Initial Franchise Fee
$33,000

CEO Name
Dustin Distefano

Company Owned Units
1

Existing Units
6

Capital Required $75,800 - $184,500

Liquid Capital $120,000

Net Worth $200,000

Financing Available Via Third Party

Training & Support Available

Initial Franchise Fee $33,000

CEO Name Dustin Distefano

Company Owned Units 1

Existing Units 6

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Overview

A Place at Home is a senior-focused care company offering a continuum of care services including:

  • Companion and Personal Care
  • Care coordination
  • Staffing solutions to senior care communities
  • Placement services to assist seniors in finding the next place to call home

This holistic approach to providing senior care services recognizes that everyone™s situation is different, and the need for a reliable company that can offer a variety of services needed by today™s senior to age gracefully is growing more and more every day.

Why Choose Us?

As a company, a Place at Home pride ourselves in having amazing teams in place, consisting of individuals who inherently love to help people and enjoy playing an important role in assisting seniors acquire the services they need.

The "We are CARE" philosophy is a commitment to the company's core values of Compassion, Accountable, Respectful and Ethical. These values transcend across all that A Place at Home encounters, whether it is the families it serves, the caregivers and other employees, and the community as a whole. The philosophy is tantamount to the success of the organization in that it continually reminds all who represent A Place at Home that CARE is the most significant product it offers.

  • Compassionate - We serve with sensitivity and understanding
  • Accountable - We stand behind everything we do
  • Respectful - We advocate for mutual trust and consideration
  • Ethical - We maintain the highest standards and morals

Recognized by the community as a reliable, trusted partner for families and caregivers alike, A Place at Home has earned the Employer Choice award by Home Care Pulse for three years running.

From home-based companion care, medical appointments and medication administration, to assisted living options, staffing and discharge placement, A Place at Home is the one place seniors and families can go for comprehensive support services and continuation of care managed by kind and skilled professionals.

Ideal Candidate

Ideal owners should possess a passion to own a senior-focused care company that largely stems from a personal experience of caring for others.

Our "We are CARE" (Compassion, Accountable, Respectful, and Ethical) philosophy should align with their own personal objectives and they must have the willingness to incorporate these values into their everyday role as an A Place At Home franchise owner.

There should be an innate desire to network and build relationships within the community. Every day they should have the desire to grow the business, set themselves apart from the competition, and become the preferred provider in their territory.

History

Founded in 2012, A Place at Home is experiencing a period rapid growth due to its diverse and unique service offerings. A Place at Home opened the initial franchise in 2017.

A Place at Home co-founders Dustin Distefano and Jerod Evanich knew firsthand that senior-focused care in America was failing. When Dustin™s great-grandmother Estelle Rose needed assistance, he had difficulty helping her age with the dignity and respect she deserved. A lack of community resources and continuity of care made it impossible to grant Estelle Rose her only wish - to remain at home.

Even though she lived to the age of 102, Estelle lived in a nursing home from her early 90™s because she™d refused to leave her hometown, and there was no family left there to assist her. Over the years, Estelle often tried to run away and return to her own home, which was a great stress for her and her family.

Dustin™s story likely sounds familiar. Jerod, too, had a similar experience with both sets of his own grandparents. Growing up, he spent summers helping his grandparents at home or travelling with them to explore the four corners of the Midwest. From Mount Rushmore to Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico and Lake Okoboji in Iowa, they fished, boated and camped. But as his grandparents got older, and Jerod's responsibilities grew, he became concerned about how to care for them long term; the extended family was too small to give them the attention they deserved.

One day, Dustin and Jerod met for lunch and exchanged stories, both were determined to find solutions for others facing similar challenges and the idea for A Place at Home was born: senior-focused care that is comprehensive, consistent and continuous. The men wanted to offer a wealth of services designed to promote independence and specific to the fast-changing needs of seniors and their families.

A Place at Home was fully operative within a year. Although one of his grandfathers passed away at an early age, Jerod's grandmother has remained independent for over 30 years thanks to A Place at Home. She was entitled to Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits that she wouldn't have known about without A Place at Home, and those benefits still pay for the majority of her needs today.

The company's staffing services made it possible for familiar caregivers to help her transition to assisted living. Furthermore, the Senior Living Alternatives Program helped find a community that fit her needs and financial situation.

And since a Place at Home provides a consistent point of reference, it keeps people from bouncing around the system or relying on strangers to understand their ongoing needs and preferences. A Place at Home works to understand families and seniors needs in order to provide the best solutions.

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Detailed Information

Capital Required
$75,800 - $184,500

Liquid Capital
$120,000

Net Worth
$200,000

Financing Assistance
Available Via Third Party

Training and Support
Available

Initial Franchise Fee
$33,000

CEO Name
Dustin Distefano

Company Owned Units
1

Existing Units
6

Capital Required $75,800 - $184,500

Liquid Capital $120,000

Net Worth $200,000

Financing Available Via Third Party

Training & Support Available

Initial Franchise Fee $33,000

CEO Name Dustin Distefano

Company Owned Units 1

Existing Units 6

 

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