The In-Home Senior Care Franchises industry is benefiting from a growing number of aging baby boomers. In the five years to 2015. The high cost of nursing homes and assisted living accommodations, coupled with the escalating healthcare costs associated with hospital stays, has also continued to drive growth in demand for industry services. These trends will continue to support industry growth in the next five years, as the number of adults aged 65 and older is expected to grow and an improving economy enables seniors to pay for nonmedical services.
This industry provides in-home healthcare services to people aged 65 and older. Services may include skilled nursing care, homemaker and companion services, physical therapy and medical social services.
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