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Visiting Angels Franchise

Visiting Angels franchise offers an opportunity to manage your own in-home care business in this rapidly growing industry. We provide a range of home care services from companion care to end of life care.

As our name suggests, our business is carer-centric. We know our success in the care industry is down to our commitment to only recruit the best caregivers. By doing so, we can rely on them to provide a person-centred care service of the highest quality. In return we acknowledge the contribution they make to our business and put them at the heart of what we do. We support and reward our carers, working together as one big family.

We also listen to our clients and allow them to select their own caregiver via our Choose your Caregiver initiative. This allows families to be involved in the overall decision.

We don’t just identify the health issues of our clients, but we get to know them better by talking to them and understanding what their hobbies etc are. Each career spends a minimum of an hour with clients so neither party feels rushed or unappreciated.

Franchising since 1998, Visiting Angels Living Assistance has over 600 franchises worldwide and is now looking to expand its UK network, which was launched in 2017.

However, we believe in quantity over quality and so are only looking to recruit 10 franchisees by the end of 2019. We want our franchisees to enjoy a sizeable territory and feel like part of team where their voice is heard, and so we will set ourselves realistic targets each year for the recruitment of franchisees.

By rewarding and supporting carers, staff turnover will be low and our franchisees will therefore spend less time and money on the recruitment of carers. This makes great sustainable commercial sense for the business.

Visiting Angels franchisees spend a week at Head Office in the US. You will meet our international support team for some classroom training before returning home to undertake two weeks of training at our UK Head Office. We will support through your entire Visiting Angel’s journey.

Visiting Angels franchisees are the face of the business and so are responsible for networking in their local community to help increase awareness to the brand. You will drive lead generation I order to build your business. We will help you to build your team of staff who will undertake many of the day to day tasks including managing and recruiting carers.

The typical cost of a Visiting Angel franchise is £24,995+ VAT. You will need working capital of around £50,000-£60,000 and £30,000 of liquid capital. Typically up to 70% of bank funding is available.

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West London entrepreneur awarded for dedication to providing high-quality care

Local businessman, Hammad Cheema, is celebrating with his team of carers and support staff, after the West London based in-home care business, Visiting Angels, is recognised with a prestigious award. Hammad, of West London, has been lauded with Great British Franchisee status at this year’s Great British Franchisee Awards.

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International award wings its way to local care company

Having launched their local care business early last year, Visiting Angels co-directors Nicky and Mark Goodall focused on building a personal, approachable care team, to ensure they made a real difference to the quality of care provision in the area. Now, 16 months later, that is exactly what they’ve done. With 30 carers in their dedicated team, Nicky and Mark’s decision to focus on building those values has more than paid off, as they were recently awarded the Best International Office at this year’s prestigious Visiting Angels International Conference in San Diego with tough competition from 830 other Visiting Angels offices across five countries.

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Visiting Angels appoints new Head of Franchising taking UK in-home care provision to new heights

Bella Hallam, previously Visiting Angels’ Area Development Manager for the South of the UK, takes up the role of Head of Franchising from the 1st August, as the brand primes itself for further expansion.

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Speaking the language of care in the community

In a business venture steeped in social responsibility, this month, local language and translation specialist, Jose Rodriguez, has embarked on his new mission of bringing high-quality and personalised care to those in need in the Barnet and Enfield communities.

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Swapping the oil rigs of Aberdeen for a lifelong dream of delivering care in Woking

25-year-old Katie Stewart used to live and work – often for months at a time – off the coast of Aberdeen, on a North Sea oil rig. The community-minded caregiver has now put down roots, relocating to live with her partner and realising a lifelong dream of working in in-home care. In her new role as Senior Caregiver for Visiting Angels – a care company based in Woking – Katie will be delivering in-home care and support to the elderly and vulnerable living across Guildford, Weybridge, Woking and the surrounding villages.

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Local care worker wins national award for unwavering commitment to clients

Hanna Kermack, 25, from Hanwell, has been named Visiting Angels ‘Caregiver of the Year’ – a prestigious title which saw her fighting off competition from hundreds of other care workers from across the country. Hanna, who has been working with the in-home care company for 18 months, was commended for her commitment to her local clients and also for the bravery she demonstrated when one of her clients suffered a heart attack last September.

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