Assisting Hands Home Care Franchise Review
The Assisting Hands Home Care, LLC sells Assisting Hands Home Care franchises. Assisting Hands Home Care franchises provide non-medical and medical in-home support for those in need of assistance. Assisted Hands Home Care also offers a franchise opportunity for regional developer rights. This entitles an Assisting Hands regional developer (“Regional Developer”) to market and provide support and services to Assisting Hands franchise units within the Regional Developer’s designated territory.
Assisted Hands Home Care Franchise Cost
The total investment required to start an Assisted Hands franchise business ranges from $66,450 to $135,000 for the first Assisting Hands Business Franchise that is bought and $53,430 to $100,000 for each additional Assisting Hands Home Care business that is purchased.
To begin operation of an Assisted Hands Regional Developer franchise ranges from $167,750 to $558,000 (plus the total investment for one Unite Franchise listed above).
Assisting Hands Franchise Business Overview
Established in 2006, Assisting Hands Home Care, LLC is an Arizona-based limited liability company with its corporate headquarters, or principal business address located in Nampa, Idaho at the address below.
Assisting Hands Address:
5700 E. Franklin Road
Nampa, ID 83687
Assisting Hands Home Care Franchises provide in-home, non-medical care, and upon qualification, certain medical care to individual clients at their own homes or place of residence. Professionals at Assisting Hands Home Care come to their clients homes in order to assist them with in-home support services at scheduled sessions and times, up to twenty-four hours per day, such as picking up clients from appointments, running various errands for clients, providing custodial care services to clients (including assistance with toileting, bathing, dressing, cooking, eating, and transferring), or doing other non-medical tasks.
Assisting Hands Franchises aim to facilitate the maintenance of quality of life for those in need of medical and non-medical care or assistance while at the same time allowing clients to remain in the comforts of their own homes or places of residents. Moreover, Assisting Hands businesses offer to both clients and the general public a number of lifestyle items (such as lifestyle equipment, disability aids, caregiving products and apparel, and other items that are designed to improve the life style of Assisting Hands Home Care patients.
All Assisted Hands Home Care franchisees provide clients with non-medical assistance and may offer medical assistance if they meed the requirements set by Assisted Hands Home Care, LLC and comply with all federal, state and local laws. In order to provide patients with medical assistance, Assisted Hands Home Care, LLC currently requires that franchisees be open and operating for at least six months, have average weekly sales in excess of $10,000, complete Assisting Hands Home Care’s medical assistance training program and receive the written approval of Assisting Hands Home Care, LLC. This training program comes at no cost to Assisting Hands Home Care franchisees.
Assisting Hands Home Care Business Experience
President & CEO: Lane Kofoed
Lane Kofoed has been the Chief Executive Officer at Assisting Hands since January 1, 2011. Prior to taking the role of President & CEO at Assisting Hands, Lane Kofoed served as Chief Operations Officer at Assisting Hands Home Care, LLC from 2009 to 2010. During this time Dick Rennick served as the CEO and President of Assisting Hands Home Care.
Lane Kofoed is an owner in Park Lane Development, LLC of Boise, Idaho and has been so since 2005. In addition, Mr. Kofoed is the CEO and President of Saddletackshop of Idaho, Inc. and has served in this capacity since 2007.
Director of Training & Support: Gail Silverstein, Ph.D.
Dr. Gail Silverstein has been the Director of training and support at Assisting Hands Home Care, LLC since May of 2006. Dr. Gail Silverstein has also been the President and Owner of At Home Care, Inc., dab Care Corner and Care Corner Personal Services in Mesa, Arizona, since Care Corner’s Inception in January 2003.
Senior Vice President of Finance & CFO: Cline Waddell, M.B.A.
Cline Waddell has served as the Chief Financial Officer of Assisting Hands Home Care, LLC since 2006. Mr. Waddell is the owner and manager of the Assisting Home Care franchise in Boise, ID and has been so since April of 2006.
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