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    Heaven Heights Senior Care Expands with Franchise Opportunities in California

     
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    San Diego, CA (PRREACH) February 17 2014

    Heaven Heights Senior Care has recently expanded to offer franchise opportunities in California. This home-based business allows entrepreneurs to build on a proven model that has been active in the senior care industry for a number of years.

    The company has been providing senior care services since it was founded by Jacqueline Hawk in 2010, who herself has over 15 years experience in the healthcare industry. Citing a passion to provide the elderly with a viable alternative to nursing homes, Hawk aims to equip individuals with all of the tools required to run a profitable business from home.

    Chu Ding is the first franchisee in California, having opened Heaven Heights Senior Care in San Diego. The business provides a wide range of services for the elderly, patients recovering from surgery and those requiring assistance in the home.

    Senior care is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States and there’s no sign of it slowing down anytime soon. Within twenty years, it is expected that up to twenty-five percent of the population will comprise of elderly residents.

    According to the AARP, eighty-nine percent of people prefer staying at home. Heaven Heights Senior Care makes this a realistic option, filling in the gaps where patients are no longer able to be fully self-sufficient.

    Home-based senior care is not only preferable for most people, but it is also much cheaper than nursing home options. The average cost of nursing home care is at least double compared to home care. Considering seniors prefer to retain their independence as much as possible, Heaven Heights Senior Care becomes a very attractive option.

    Heaven Heights aims to give entrepreneurs a profitable business model that also serves the community, combining professional and personal satisfaction. The company cites low barrier to entry, affordable set-up costs and full support as primary selling points.

    For more information on this home based franchise opportunity from Heaven Heights Senior Care, visit the official website at the following address:
    http://www.seniorhomecarefranchiseopportunities.com/

    The website offers full details on the opportunity, as well as a free pamphlet with all of the information needed in an easy-to-digest format. Alternatively, interested parties may get in touch using the following details:

    Jacqueline Hawk - Franchisor
    Heaven Heights Senior Care Franchising
    77564 Country Club Drive Suite 402
    Palm Desert, CA 92211
    (760) 625-0029

    About Heaven Heights Senior Care:
    Founded in 2010 by Jacqueline Hawk, Heaven Heights Senior Care provides quality assisted living and in-home services for seniors. In addition, Jacqueline has used her years of experience in the industry to help businesses and individuals set up their own senior care services through franchising opportunities.

    The company offers a range of services, from long-term care to assistance with rehabilitation after surgery. Whether an individual needs help with bathing, grooming, laundry, medication reminders or meal preparation, Heaven Heights has trained staff members with the necessary experience and training.

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