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ComForCare… is ready for the Canadian Market

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ComForCare is a Top 25 World Class Franchise based on franchisee satisfaction as ranked by the Franchise Research Institute and has been featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, Fortune and Inc., magazines as well as USA Today.


ComForcare Home Care

ComForcare is one of North America’s leading home care franchise companies, operating 200 territories throughout the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom.

Our excellent reputation is built on delivering only the highest quality of care to clients through our Superior Care Process which includes:senior-couple-holding-cup

ComForCare is unique because we deliver proactive and engaged care, with innovative programs that empower everyone in the family to live their best life possible.

Why Choose ComForCare?

A Superior Care Process & Experience in the Canadian Market

ComForCare has operated a successful Pilot Office in Toronto Canada since 2011, which means:

  • We have conducted extensive research into the Canadian market (see articles and reports below)
  • We understand the unique regulatory and market conditions that exist in the Canadian market
  • We have adapted our proven US model to be positioned well for growth in Canada
  • We have consistently met the highest standards of care that Canadians expect
  • We are innovators and understand how to create opportunities that maximize revenues including the private pay client, skilled care services and innovative programs for Dementia and Alzheimer’s care.

Multiple Franchise Opportunities Available

ComForCare is actively seeking franchise partners for the following opportunities:

  • Master Franchise Partner – All of Canada
  • Regional Master Franchise Partners – Eastern and Western Canada
  • Multi Unit Franchise Partners – Operators of at least two ComForCare territories
  • Single Unit Franchise Partners – Operators of a single ComForCare territory

Significant Master Franchise Partners Benefits

Master Franchise Partners have these financial and business advantages:senior-couple-outdoor-square

  • High Revenue Potential
  • Favorable Master Fee & Royalty Split
  • Direct Pay Client Base – Higher Margins
  • International Support Staff in Place
  • Proven Operational Business Platform
  • Successful “Pilot” Office Launch Plan
  • High Level of Franchise Sales Expertise

Strong Individual Franchise Owner Benefits

Our highly scalable business model provides significant advantages that include: senior-couple-couch

  • Non-Medical & Skilled Care Services
  • Innovative Care Programs – DementiaWise™
  • Large, Exclusive Territories
  • Reasonable Investment
  • Declining Royalties (5% – 4% – 3%)
  • Highly Effective Marketing
  • Extensive Training & Ongoing Support
  • Proprietary Software & Technology Tools
  • Specialized Caregiver Training
  • Nurse Directed Care Process
  • Proven Client Intake Process

Category & Lead Information

Investment Level
  • (Single Unit) – $81,300 – $155,800 (USD)
  • (Multi Unit) – Varies
  • (Master) – Varies
Place of Operation
  • Office Based
Franchise Type
  • Single Unit Franchise
  • Multi Unit Franchise
  • Master Franchise
Business Category
  • Care Franchise
  • Health Franchise
  • Personal Franchise
  • Service Franchise

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Recent Articles

Canada releases national dementia plan

By Lauren Vogel, CMAJ

Canada finally has a dementia plan. Federal Health Minister Rona Ambrose announced the new National Dementia Research and Prevention Plan at a Sep. 11 meeting of leading researchers and industry experts in Ottawa. READ MORE

Blomqvist & Busby: Caring for an aging population

By National Post

Cash-strapped provincial governments face a monumental challenge in the years ahead: Steeply increasing long-term care (LTC) costs, resulting from Canada’s aging population. The surge in senior citizens in the coming years will bring rising demand for care to treat their frailties, whether mental, such as dementia, or physical, such as help with daily tasks. READ MORE

Pilot project to give cash to Ontario patients for ‘self-directed’ home care

By KELLY GRANT – Health reporter

In a bid to respond to a blistering report on home care in Ontario, the provincial government is promising a series of minor fixes to the system, including a Canadian-first pilot project that would give patients or their caregivers money to spend on the home health services of their choosing.READ MORE