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Providing care at home not only to older people but also to people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and to children and their families.
Bluebird Care provides high quality care at home. They specialise in working with customers and their families that require social care in their own homes. They offer a unique service of tailored care visits from 30 minutes to full live-in support.
Their commitment to quality and ‘good old fashioned service’ has played an important part in their success. They have over 200 offices in the UK and Republic of Ireland and these provide over millions of care visits at home every year.
They arrange care for customers who may need help and support, such as:
Older people who need some help with getting up in the morning, or going to bed.
Couples who would like some assistance for their partner such as keeping on top of household chores.
People who are physically disabled and who need assistance with the things that their disability prevents them from doing entirely by themselves.
People who have fairly constant care needs but do not wish to go into residential care frequently choose the Live-in Care Service.
Those discharged from hospital after illness or an operation.
Children and their families either on an on-going basis or simply for respite care from time to time.
There is a demographic trend towards an ageing population and the social trend towards older people wishing to remain in their own home. As more and more people are encouraged to be cared for in their own homes instead of moving into residential care, the demand can only increase.
The business started in 2004 from a Hampshire base. They now have over 200 franchise offices across the UK and Ireland. Some of their Franchise Owners are now operating more than one Bluebird Care franchise.
Skills and knowledge required
Bluebird Care is a management franchise, recruiting and managing caring and competent staff to deliver the highest standards of care at home.
Franchise owners come from a variety of backgrounds – experience in the care sector is not necessary. What it requires is a determination and a strong desire to develop a successful business by working to a proven business format.
Bluebird Care offers a comprehensive business package tailored to get our franchise owners started quickly and confidently and on their way to business success.
The business package covers areas such as training, staff recruitment, stationery, marketing package, hardware and software, care registration, staff uniforms and business set up.
You will need £35,000 in liquid funds plus a 70% loan from a bank - this makes cost in region of £110,000-£120,000.
The break-even point of a Bluebird Care franchise business is currently (2016) averaging at month 10. Once the business is established in its market net profits of 15%-20% are achievable.
Bluebird Care Franchises Ltd
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