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Each prospective Always Best Care franchisee goes through an informative

step-by-step process that helps determine whether an ABC franchise is right for you, and also whether you are right for Always Best Care.

STEP 1: Formal introduction interview and overview of Always Best Care. Review

of Section 1 of the ABC franchise Discovery Center private website.

STEP 2: Review of Section 2 of the ABC franchise Discovery Center private website. Receive Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) and complete receipt pages. Conference call with Always Best Care's founder and Chief Executive Officer, Michael Newman. Learn about the vision and culture that earned ABC Entrepreneur magazine's Franchise 500 #1 ranking as the fastest growing Senior Care franchise system in the United States. Hear directly from the CEO how we manage our growth and share in his deep understanding of the industry and his vision for the future.

STEP 3: Review of Section 3 of the ABC franchise Discovery Center private website. Prepare for "validation" calls with ABC franchisees.

STEP 4: Review of Section 4 of the ABC franchise Discovery Center private website. Complete validation calls with ABC franchisees. Finish review of FDD.

Available territory approved by Always Best Care.

STEP 5: Spouse/partner call. If the spouse or partner was not previously involved on calls, this is required to proceed. Complete your pro forma template.

STEP 6: If you would enjoy a visit to Always Best Care's corporate headquarters

in Roseville, California, we would be glad to host a Discovery Day in which you'll

have an opportunity to meet your corporate support team. After a personal discussion with founder and CEO Michael Newman, we will immediately determine your approval to become an Always Best Care franchisee.

STEP 7: Welcome aboard! Finalize signed agreements and schedule training.

Steps to becoming an ABC Franchise

At Always Best Care, we're committed to providing you with the process leadership to enable

you to make the right decision at the right time for the right reasons.

Let's take the next step together!


According to the Kaiser Commission

on Medicaid & the Uninsured, expenditures for home and community-based services within

long-term care increase at a 25% rate annually.

The Journal of

Aging & Health reports that studies have shown the deliver of home or community-based

long term care services is a cost-effective alternative

to nursing homes.

Medicare is the largest single payer of home care services. About 32% of annual home care expenditures are paid for

by Medicare,

a little over 18%

are paid for

out-of-pocket or

by private insurance and approximately 13% are covered by Medicaid (National Association for Home Care).