Talem Home Care & Placement Services

Talem Home Care provides a comprehensive suite of care services:
1) Non-medical home care – all aspects of daily activities of living
2) Senior Care Placement Services
3) Personal Emergency Response – Phillips Lifeline
4) Staffing Solutions
5) New Mom Services

Talem also offers more payer sources than almost any other brand:

1) Private Pay Clients
2) Long Term Care Insurance
3) State Medicaid Programs
4) Veterans Program
5) Some Life Insurance Policies
6) Various Diagnosis Grant Programs

A typical home care franchise will average between $1.5 and $2 million in revenues, with a 10-22% net profit. By receiving larger than average territory sizes, Talem franchisees can confidently expect larger than average revenues and net profit.
With over 50 years of combined experience, the founders of Talem Home Care have created a new franchise model that will lead our industry for years to come. Our franchise package delivers brand reputation more than any other brand by offering:

• The largest protected territories in the industries. Too many franchise owners
in a metro area can cause frustration and hurt the brand.

• An industry-leading training and support program. We believe that, next to
territory size, training and support are critical for franchisee satisfaction and
success. At Talem we offer 4 weeks’ minimum of extensive training, with
subsequent unlimited support. In addition, each franchise owner becomes a
Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)®.

• Support for payer sources other than just private pay. We not only support our franchisees' choice to work with other payer sources, we encourage it. Other payer sources include Medicaid and the Veterans Aid and Attendance program.

• Veterans’ program. Many people are not aware of the fact that home care may
be available to military veterans at no cost to the veteran. Our experts help
our veteran clients through the paperwork and application process to see if
they qualify for such care.

• National contracts and partnerships.Having the relationship we have, makes
owning a Talem Home Care franchise easier than ever.

What Makes Talem STANDOUT
• Largest Territories in the Industry
• Unbeatable Customized Training & Support
• Certified Senior Advisor Certification Program
• Willing to teach franchisees how to work with state Medicaid programs
• One of only a handful of brands willing to do so
• Unmatched Veterans Program
• Exclusive Marketing Program (Proven to gain clients faster than competition)
• More revenue lines than almost any other brand
• More payor sources than almost any other brand
• Social Media, Web Marketing and SEO Experts
• Streamlined paperless process
• National corporate partnerships
• Over 50 years of experience with a proven track record of success
• Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)® Certification for all franchises
• Low Investment Cost / High Potential Revenues
• Culture of Service & Support for others (Staff, Clients & Community)
• Outstanding Validation
• Exclusive Marketing Programs (Proven to gain clients faster than competition)

Franchisor Support
One of the biggest areas of focus for us as we launched our franchise is franchisor support.

• Customized support and training to meet the needs of the franchisee
• Pre-training Support
• Operations setup, Manuals, Form, license applications
• New franchisee training
• 2 weeks at our location
• 2 weeks at your location
• May include grand opening support
• Certified Senior Advisor Certification
• Ongoing in field support – at no extra cost
• Unlimited phone email support from subject matter experts
• Monthly franchisee calls (where all franchises get together and talk)
• Annual meetings & training

About the Industry - Senior Care is no longer a secret
• At the start of a 20+ year boom

• Baby Boomers started turning 65 at 10,000 since Jan 1st 2011

• Changes to hospital reimbursement makes home care a needed cost saving

• When compared to other startups, home care is easiest

• Service business vs retail or dining

• Little to no inventory

• Easy training

• Requires less capitol (fast food $1.2-2 mil, retail stores $500k average, Car
wash $350k or more)

• Fastest growing & recession resistant industry

• There were 40 million people in the United States over the age of 65 in 2010,
by 2030 that population is expected to grow to 72 million. (Source:

• The average yearly costs in 2010 for long-term care in the United States were:
- $74,820 for a semi-private room in a nursing home
- $83,580 for a private room in a nursing home
- $39,516 for a one bedroom unit in an assisted living facility
- Home care services average at $21,840 for 20 hours a week, yearly.
(Source: LongTermCare.gov)

• After the age 65, the average person has more than 70% chance of needing
help with 1 or more ADL’s. (Source: American Society on Aging)

• 95% of the senior population wants to stay in their own home for as long as
possible. Resulting in a booming need for more home care services. (Source:
Military Discounts Available
Multiple Unit Discounts
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