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You’re in the right place at the right time – more than 2,000 people turn 65 in the United Kingdom every day!  Members of the "boomer” generation have created new opportunities in every stage of their lives and as they age this dynamic will not change.  Boomers have an overwhelming desire to remain independent and, combined with advances in medicine, they are setting the stage for unprecedented growth in domiciliary care and senior living communities.


14 million people in the UK (22% of the population) are 65 or older.

There are now more people of state pensionable age (men 65+ and women 60+ than there are people under 16, a pattern that first emerged in 2001

The 85+ population is expected to grow at an amazing rate, increasing nearly 150% during the next 30 years, from 1.4 million in 2010 to 3.5 million in 2033!

The "senior" population is projected to grow from 22% of the population in 2009 to nearly 29% of the population by 2033.

Source:  Office of National Statistics


Health care – the most dynamic, recession-

resistant market for decades to come!

Health care of the largest industry in the United Kingdom, and seniors (people of state pensionable age) are the fastest growing segment of the population.  More than 2,000 people turn 65 in the UK every day, and this trend will continue for decades to come.


Between 2008 and 2033, the number of people of state pensionable age is projected to increase by 52% to 20.6 million. At the same time, the number of people aged 90 and above is projected to more than triple by 2033. Seniors are the fastest growing segment of the population.


The provision of care services in England is governed by a legislative and regulatory framework. Under the  current framework, local government authorities have a duty to provide certain types of care services to those in need, and care may be delivered by independent providers such as Always Best Care.


Always Best Care has a business model proven to stand strong through tough economic times with highly regarded and reputable domiciliary care, senior housing finder/referral service, and nursing services.  Franchise partners not only engage in the entrepreneurial lifestyle, they truly make a difference in the lives of others.


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On March 31, 2010, there were 5,526 registered home care agencies in England.  The number of home care agencies has increased each year from 2004.

Nursing agencies provide a variety of staff to care homes and hospitals, and introduce staff to individuals purchasing their own social care. There were 802 registered nursing agencies in 2010, with the vast majority (96%) run by the private sector.

Whilst residential homes remain the major provider of social care, the market is shifting towards provision by nursing homes and home care agencies.  In London, in particular, home care agencies play a greater role in the provision of social care than in other regions.