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WE GET HONOURS!
 

Always Best Care continues to be recognised as one of the leaders in Senior Care franchising by the most respected names in the franchise industry. Here is just a sampling of the honors bestowed on Always Best Care since the company began franchising in 2007 in the US...

 

 

 

Best Franchise for Veterans, 2011

Military Times EDGE

 

Top Low-Cost Franchises, 2011

Franchise Business Review

 

America’s Top Global Franchises, 2011

Entrepreneur Magazine

 

Entrepreneur Magzine Franchise 500

 

NMFI 50 Top Franchises

 

Inc. 5000

Fastest Growing Senior Care Franchise System,

2011

Entrepreneur Magazine

 

50 Top Franchises for Minorities, 2010

National Minority Franchising Initiative (NMFI)

 

INC 5000, 2010

INC Magazine

 

Black Enterprise 40 Best Franchises

 

Entrepreneur Magazine Top 50 Franchises

 

Entrepreneur Magazine Top 50 Low-Cost Franchises

40 Best Franchises for African Americans, 2010

Black Enterprise Magazine

 

Top 50 New Franchises, 2009

Entrepreneur Magazine

 

Top 50 Low-Cost Franchises, 2009

Entrepreneur Magazine

 

Bond's Magazine, Hottest New Franchise, 2009

 

Inc. Magazine, Leading Franchise Opportunity

 

Black Enterprise Top 25 Affordable Franchises

Hottest New Franchise, 2009

Bond's Magazine

 

Leading Franchise Opportunity, 2009

INC Magazine

 

Top 25 Most Affordable Franchises, 2008

Black Enterprise Magazine

 

 

 

 

FAST FACTS

 

Residential aged care facilities provide accommodation, personal care and nursing services to people who can no longer manage to live in their own home.

 

At June 2006, there were 2,931 mainstram residential aged care services, providing around 164,000 places, and 94 multi-purpose services providing around 1,950 residential places, and 22 indigenous services providing another 330 residential care places.

 

Across any year, there are admissions and exits from residential aged care. Taking this into account, 202,500 people received permanent care in residential facilities in 2006-2007.

 

Source: Commonwealth of Australia, Report on Government Services (RGS)