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Rick Carr Opens New Franchise Unit In Pittsburgh, PA

Oct 10, 2017

Rick Carr knows a few things about Elder Care. He owns both the ATCH Healthare Services and Carebuilders at Home Franchises in the Pittsburgh region and has just signed a regional agreement with My Elder Advocate Franchising.

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Guardianship Abuse: Jack Halpern Provides Insight

Oct 11, 2017

When money is at stake and there is entrenched family conflict, things can turn ugly when family have differing opinions on elder care. Jack Halpern provides his thoughts on recent court rulings regarding guardianship.

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My Elder Advocate To Open Franchise Location In Nassau County, New York

May 10, 2016

My Elder Advocate has announced that they have signed their second Franchise Agreement and will open a My Elder Advocate Franchise in Nassau County. The newest franchisee, Bella Kirschner, has years of experience in the senior care market. “We are blessed to have Bella join us in our quest to continue to advocate for elders and their rights.” Said Claudine Halpern, Chief Operating Officer of My Elder Advocate. “Bella’s experience will allow her to hit the ground running.”

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My Elder Advocate Announces The Signing of First Franchisee In Westchester, NY

May 10, 2016

My Elder Advocate has announced that they have signed a Franchise Agreement with Mark Brownstein, to open the first franchise office in Westchester NY. Mark has spent years in the insurance industry and will bring this experience to helping families and elders solve care related issues. “My Elder Advocate has been helping elders and families for years and I am excited to be part of the franchise system.” Said Mark.

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MEA Launches New Franchise Website

Jun 11, 2015

Franchisors understand that many of the franchise prospects that they attract are in a job transition. Figuring out what to do next will take plenty of due-diligence and research, as buying a franchise has as much to do with the “feel” and “culture” of the franchisor as it does with the capital investment and financial model. To assist candidates with the due-diligence, franchisors like My Elder Advocate are building and maintaining separate franchise websites to provide as much information to someone looking at the opportunity as possible.

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My Elder Advocate Targets Philadelphia For Franchise Expansion

Jun 10, 2015

The My Elder Advocate Franchise Team thinks that the 260K residents of Philadelphia who are aged 60 plus will provide an excellent franchise opportunity for individuals who are interested in helping meet the unique needs of the growing population. “Our franchise partners do not need to have a background in nursing/ senior or elder care,l but they do want franchisees who are passionate about ensuring elders age with dignity in a safe and compassionate environment.

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The Franchise Sales Solution To Join Our My Elder Advocate Team

Jun 05, 2015

Franchise Sales Solution LogoThe journey begins. My Elder Advocate Founders, Jack & Claudine Helpern have dreamed for years of helping and advocating for more seniors. The choice to franchise the My Elder Advocate business, has consumed them both over the past 12 months as they prepared themselves for the role of becoming franchisors.

After consulting with a team of trusted advisors, abdicating the role of franchise sales to group that had a good track record of integrating themselves into the existing team, seemed to be the practical strategy for the early stages of franchise growth. “We just knew that we were going to be very busy assisting our initial franchisees in their quest to build a business, and it was best to bring a franchise sales team in that could support our strategy for growth.” Said Claudine Helpern, COO for My Elder Advocate.


Franchise Times Does Q&A With Jack & Claudine Halpern On Why They Decided To Franchise

Jun 05, 2015

Senior Care FranchisorsIf the number of calls from people who are interested in learning more about the My Elder Advocate franchise system is an indication of how successful the committed husband and wife team of Jack and Claudine Halpern will be, the future is very bright.

Everyone who has had interest in learning more about the franchise has had a story to tell about the abhorrent manner of which their parents were treated in the senior elder care structure. “What comes out loud and clear in our initial calls with interested candidates is that they want to be part of the solution going forward.” Said John Armatas, Director of Franchise Sales and Development. “Jack and Claudine have structured a franchise system that will eventually put elder advocates in all parts of the U.S and we are excited that Franchise Times has featured them in recent post.”

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