CINCINNATI – FirstLight Home Care, a provider of non-medical home care for adults, saw a 46% increase in system-wide revenues and a 20% increase in new franchise locations across the country in 2016.
“The demand for the quality, affordable non-medical home care services FirstLight Home Care provides is going to continue to grow,” said Jeff Beavis, FirstLight Home Care CEO, in a statement.
The company, with 143 franchise locations, offers assistance to a wide demographic of adults in need. FirstLight provides more than 80,000 hours of service to over 3,500 clients weekly, including seniors, new mothers, veterans, adults with disabilities, and those recovering from illness, injury or surgery who need help on a short- or long-term basis.
“In-home care is not just the fastest-growing health care industry; it is the fastest growing of all industries,” said Beavis. “Studies consistently show that older adults prefer to age at home. With help and support, they can typically do so.”
This year, FirstLight Home Care was named Top Franchise for Veterans by Franchise Business Review.