My Elder Advocate Launches Franchising Program to Meet Challenges of Elder Boom

The United Sates is entering an elder boom with the number of Americans aged 65 years and up expected to double in the next 25 years.

To meet the unprecedented care demands of aging Americans, My Elder Advocate has launched a national franchise program.
The company works with elders and their families to guide them through the complex health care system, advocate for their rights and solve crises.

My Elder Advocate is the only franchise of its kind to provide comprehensive support. Common services include care planning as
well as preventing nursing home abuse and evictions.

My Elder Advocate is currently seeking franchisees to develop a dozen locations throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Florida.

No experience in elder care is necessary because My Elder Advocate uses a patentpending execution methodology to quickly turn franchisees into experts.
For entrepreneurs eager to help older adults obtain quality health care, the elder care industry represents a lucrative, highly in-demand business opportunity.

The elder care services industry will reach $319.5 billion by 2016, according to research firm The Freedonia Group. Informally, Americans spend $522 billion on caring for aging friends and relatives, according to a 2014 study from the RAND Corporation.

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