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At Always Best Care, we believe in providing you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about our business franchise opportunities. Our prospectus and franchise agreement, collectively known as our franchise disclosure document, or FDD, has comprehensive information regarding all matters of importance to prospective franchisees. Its purpose is to protect the public by providing information about the franchise company. Your prospectus and franchise agreement are the indispensable "twin tablets” of franchising — essential legal documents that spell out the relationship between the franchisor and franchisees. They inform prospective franchisees of their rights and obligations before they sign the franchise agreement. Your Franchise Development Specialist will gladly provide you with the Always Best Care prospectus and franchise agreement for your area.   There are 23 categories of information that are provided by Always Best Care to prospective franchisees; these categories include:


  1. The franchisor, its predecessors and affiliates
  2. Business experience
  3. Litigation
  4. Bankruptcy
  5. Initial franchise fee
  6. Other fees
  7. Initial investment
  8. Restrictions on sources of products
  9. Franchisee's obligations
  10. Financing
  11. Franchisor's obligations
  12. Territory
  13. Trademarks
  14. Patents, copyrights, and proprietary information
  15. Obligation to participate in the actual operation of the franchised business
  16. Restrictions on what the franchisee may sell
  17. Renewal, termination, transfer and dispute resolution
  18. Public figures
  19. Earnings claims
  20. List of franchise outlets
  21. Financial statements
  22. Contracts
  23. Receipt


We encourage your due diligence in reviewing our materials and talking with our franchisees.


In addition to the printed material of the Franchise Disclosure Document, it’s also beneficial to hear about a business franchise opportunity from actual franchisees, learn what they have to say about their businesses, and about their relationships with Always Best Care.   Here are just a few things they say about their experience with Always Best Care …





The average percentage of National Minimum Standards met by home care agencies increased from 66% in 2005 to 87% in 2010.

The average percentage of National Minimum Standards met by nursing agencies increased from 69% in 2005 to 90% in 2010.

On average, shared lives schemes (in which the person using the service and their carer share day-to-day life) meet a higher proportion of National Minimum Standards than other service types.  In 2010, on average shared lives schemes met 93% of National Minimum Standards.