We can help guide you to create a private caregiving business for seniors in 2020
Private non-medical caregivers for our senior population are currently in great demand in many parts of the world.
Now is the time to start your very own private caregiving business.
It is a perfect time now to start a caregiving business for seniors. Currently the public and private sector of senior care facilities want to find ways to keep up with the large demand for seniors who require additional daily support at home, or in residences.
To locate and retain trained staff has become one of the biggest concerns and challenges in order to keep up with the demand for senior assistance. The need for more caregivers will increase each year for many to come, so now is the time to see how you can help and generate a good income.
Family members and seniors are actively seeking private care options for additional care at home, retirement communities, public and private residences.
If you decide to open and operate a caregiving business, or perhaps you already have one, then you know that it provides a unique career opportunity to offer a valuable service for seniors in your community. Your value turns into being well compensated for your time assisting seniors.
When you have your own caregiving business you must remain organized and up to date in your bookkeeping, client information (medical & personal), as well as taxes. When you have assistance with the business aspect of caregiving, you are be able to put your focus on what is truly important; you caring for seniors.
‘How to start a senior care business’ can be downloaded on a computer, tablet or mobile phone and consumed on your own time. If you wonder if a career change into senior care might be right for you, just know it is possible to start you senior care business part time on the side of your current job and build it slowly.
The ‘How to start a senior care business’ digital guide is written for caregivers just starting out as well as those who wish to expand on their already existing knowledge and business. The author, Danielle Foley is a caregiver with 12 years experience working in homecare, and providing caregiver services for seniors who live in all types of residences both public and private. She incorporated her business several years back, and has extensive knowledge working as private caregiver for seniors.
People often ask how to get started with their own private caregiving business. After so many people approaching with the same questions Danielle decided to put together a digital guide on How to start a senior care business.
Wise caregiving has just released a start up guide on ‘How to start a senior care business’. The guide begins from what is a caregiver, to marketing your services online as well as off, and then how to prepare for the interview.
When you download the guide you will also receive 12 essential senior care business document templates that will take the stress out of operating your senior care business on a day to day basis as well as the long term.
The templates can be fully customized to each unique business in any location. They can be customized as many times as you like for each new senior client. These templates will grow with you and your business if you decide to operate a senior care agency.
This easy to read digital guide gives you all the information you need to get a caregiving business up and running. It also helps caregivers who currently have a caregiving business, but need to know where to look for new clients and market their services effectively.
Wise caregiving is here to be a resource for senior care information, and provide the necessary senior care industry tools that caregivers need to build a stable senior care business and grow it to its full potential.
- What is a caregiver?
- Two types of caregivers for seniors
- Formal caregivers are in demand
- Caregiver career
- Qualities of an excellent caregiver
- Types of non-medical senior care that you can provide
- Description of non-medical caregiver services
- Outings and activities to do with senior
- The business side of non-medical private care for seniors
- How to gain experience as a new caregiver
- Best 15 free online advertising sites for caregivers
- The best ‘offline’ places to advertise caregiver services
- Determine your caregiver rate
- Ten ways to get the best senior clients
- Contact professionals who work with seniors for client leads
- You get the Interview-now what?
- Caregiver interview questions – be prepared
- How to be of service your first few visits
- Good communication with the family of senior is the lifeline of your business
- Do private caregivers need liability insurance?
- Bookkeeping tips
- Preview of senior care business templates
- Wise caregiving mission
- Let us create your senior care website
- Senior care business templates to get you started
12 senior care templates to help organize and protect your business, a bonus when you purchase the ‘How to start a senior care business’ digital guide.
Senior client information form – Gather detailed information to personalize care
Senior care quote template – Professional financial quote for the proposed care needed
Caregiver job description template – Eliminate the guesswork and put it in writing
Terms of senior care service agreement – Customize this form to your business and each client
Senior care invoice -Tailored and detailed invoice for the senior care industry
Yearly tax receipt for senior care – A year-end statement for seniors care
Daily care journal – Always keep the family informed with this detailed form
Housekeeping checklist -Safeguard the environment for a senior client with this form
Personal hygiene chart – Keep everyone informed involved in the care
Caregiver employment agreement – Business expands, and you hire a caregiver
Caregiver employment application form – When you expand your business and need a position filled
Caregiver interview questionnaire – Preparation is key
Wise Caregiving is determined to reach, educate, and prepare as many new caregivers to help seniors with their daily needs as possible. We believe by teaching people how to own and operate their very own successful senior business that we will create more happy care providers.
If are ready to make a change in careers and have thought seriously about starting your own senior care business then let us give you the necessary tools to start as soon as possible. This digital book is written for private caregivers by an experienced private caregiver for seniors. All the information in this digital guide book comes from years of gained knowledge and first hand experience.
Everything is this guide book has is the result of a financially stable and successful senior care business. Find out how to obtain excellent senior clients by learning where to look, how to get their attention, and ultimately any job/ mandate that you want.
The senior care business document templates are specifically designed for a private caregiving business. You will be organized, efficient with your time, and way ahead of your local competition. Furthermore, the person in charge of the senior care who selected you, will view you as intelligent, accountable, innovative, detail oriented, and serious about operating a successful caregiving business.
Senior care business document templates include:
SENIOR CARE INFORMATION FORM
SENIOR CARE SERVICE QUOTE
CAREGIVER APPLICATION FORM
DAILY CARE JOURNAL
CAREGIVER JOB DESCRIPTION
PERSONAL HYGIENE CHART
TERMS OF SENIOR CARE SERVICE AGREEMENT
CAREGIVER EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT
SIMPLIFIED EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT
SENIOR CARE INVOICE
YEARLY TAX RECEIPT FOR SENIOR CARE
The ‘How to start a senior care business’ also includes the senior care business documents as a special bonus.
*Documents are available separately.