Aging Alternatives, LLC is a franchise organization whose primary focus is upholding the dignity and respect of those afflicted with dementia. We believe in the 100% - Person Centered Care approach.
There is no Personal Care Franchise like Aging Alternatives. We find that the combined effort of the individuals themselves, family members and caregiving staff is essential to the quality of life and autonomy of our clients and an integral part of our business model.
There is a “Silver Tsunami” of 76 Million Baby Boomers coming into the age segment where Alzheimer’s will be part of more and more family lives. At Aging Alternatives; "We live in their world! We don't make them live in to ours!"
Personal Care Home
Year started franchising
Company Owned Units
$100,000 - $125,000
(Includes operating capital)
Liquid Capital $
$1200/month Per Home year 1
$1400/month per home year 2
Year 3 onward adjusted via CPI Plus
200/month Year 1 and 2Adjusted CPI Plus additional years
Each Franchise Agreement includes 3 homes per territory
Will include affiliate income/expense
VetFran 10% discount on Franchise Fee
In House Financing
States Looking to Open
Aging Alternatives will operate initially in non-registration states
4-5 Bedroom Homes.
2 – 3 Per home depending on owner participation
4-6 Week Due Diligence
1 -3 months from Contract signing to opening.
Contact Chris Simnick
As much as desired
"We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths."
We Have Open Visitor Hours In Our Care Homes. You Are More Than Welcome To Visit Your Loved One Any Time You Like.
We follow the principles of the personal care centered approach. The Alzheimer’s Society defines this approach as following:
“This approach aims to see the person with dementia as an individual, rather than focusing on their illness or on abilities they may have lost. Instead of treating the person as a collection of symptoms and behaviours to be controlled, person-centred care considers the whole person, taking into account each individual’s unique qualities, abilities, interests, preferences and needs. Person-centred care also means treating residents with dementia with dignity and respect. “