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Best Life Brands, LLC ("Best Life Brands"), a family of companies focused on the well-being of clients along the continuum of senior care, awarded 47 new franchise agreements across all brands in the first half of 2021, continuing to build on record-breaking numbers from 2020. The impressive franchise development underscores the continued and growing needs of seniors.
Whether it's an effect of the pandemic, taking advantage of the booming housing market, or time to downsize, people are on the move based on results from a new survey taken by Blue Moon Estate Sales. The leading estate sale franchise in the...
Best Life Brands, LLC ("Best Life Brands"), a family of companies focused on the well-being of clients along the continuum of senior care, has completed the acquisition of a home health company which provides superior in-home nursing, therapy, and home care services to patients across the greater Los Angeles area.
This article is a Q and A with J.J. Sorrenti, CEO of Best Life Brands. Best Life Brands is the platform company over ComForCare, the premier franchised provider of home care; CarePatrol, the nation's largest franchised senior placement organization; and Blue Moon Estate Sales, the leading estate sales franchise in the U.S.
A couple in Northern Kentucky understand moving can be stressful, and that is why they started a Blue Moon Estate Sales franchise to make moving more inviting.
Best Life Brands Sets Record Franchise Development Growth in 2020, Signing 71 New Franchise Agreements Across the Brands
Best Life Brands, a family of companies focused on the well-being of clients along the continuum of senior care, awarded a record number of 71 new franchise agreements across all brands in 2020. The milestone underscores the needs of seniors, the most vulnerable population, and growing demand for more businesses that serve them.
Best Life Brands CEO: "When you are significant, you leave behind a legacy that endures long after you've moved on." (Global Franchise Magazine)
J.J. Sorrenti, CEO of Best Life Brands, talks about leading an organization, the beauty of franchising, and his quest to make healthcare convenient. GF: What does success look like to you? JJ: I have tried to help my teams...
Lori Vrcan, Franchisee of Charlotte, South Carolina, previously worked with a national senior living community as a sales and marketing manager. In that position, she was most impressed with her interactions with CarePatrol. Each client referred was pre-qualified and a good fit for the senior living community in terms of needs, budget and personal interests. After she and her husband Todd did further research, they decided not only would buying a CarePatrol franchise be a great investment, but it was a meaningful change and the opportunity to work together and help seniors.
Best Life Brands, a family of companies focused on the well-being of clients along the continuum of senior care, awarded 18 new locations in 14 states and Canada across all brands in June, July and August.
With New Franchise Sales on the Rise, ComForCare Revamps Recruitment Process (Home Health Care News)
For home care giant ComForCare, COVID-19 has meant pivoting to new ways of approaching caregiver recruitment and onboarding.
According to the CDC, the risk for severe illness from COVID-19 among adults increases with age, with older adults at highest risk. That makes the health and safety of the caregivers who look after them all the more important. And it is the responsibility of those employing the caregivers to ensure they have the resources to do their job safely.
When COVID-19 started to infiltrate the U.S, we were faced with the same questions so many businesses were forced to address: How do we keep our team and our customers safe? And how do we continue operating to meet demand? The answer that was never in our playbook was to change our whole business model. And we had to do it quickly.
Despite its many negatives, the global recession induced by the COVID-19 virus could set the stage for home care franchise systems to see a period of strong growth.