My Elder Advocate Franchise Opportunities

First things first: we’re passionate about one thing – protecting the rights and dignity of elders. We’ve been providing peace of mind to our clients and their families since 2008. 

My Elder Advocate fills a huge gap in the elder care industry, refining a unique approach to tackling elder care rights and issues. And as an independent advocacy service, MEA provides assistance across every care setting: including home care agency selection and monitoring; long term care planning; long distance caregiving; assisted living and nursing home placement and nursing home/hospital monitoring and crisis intervention.

We’re looking for people who share our passion for helping families and elders. If you do – and you’re looking for a home-based franchise that you can quickly expand – get in touch. Because we’re ready to share everything we know about this burgeoning industry.

My Elder Advocate Franchise Background

Established: 2008

Franchise Established In 2014
States Registered In: New York, Connecticut, Maryland, Michigan, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington
Canada Franchises: No
International Franchises: Yes

My Elder Advocate Franchise Training

Co-Operative Advertising: Yes
Training: Pre-Opening Training
Prior to the opening of Franchised unit Franchisor shall furnish training, at its designated training center, upon not less than fifteen (15) days prior written notice received by Franchisor from Franchisee:
Pre-Opening Trainers Supplied by Franchisor An opening team consisting of:
  1. Jack Halpern – Founder and Chief Executive Officer, and Corporate Trainer in Client Interaction
  2. Claudine Halpern – Founder and Chief Operating Officer, and Corporate Trainer in Operations, Administrative and Financial Planning
  3. Other assistants may assist. These trainers will assist in the setup and opening of the Franchised Business and their total cost of travel, food and lodging will be paid by the Franchisor.
Training Modules
  1. Elders and Eldercare in America
  2. Get Familiar with your franchise zone
  3. The Marketing Process
  4. The Sales Process
  5. MEA Systems
  6. Setting up your office
  7. Staffing
  8. MEA staffers Roles and Responsibilities
  9. Dealing with MEA Customers
  10. Using " The MEA Method"
  11. Reporting to MEA's Clients
  12. Long Distance Care Management

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