Phoenix Caregiver Franchise Essential Care


Phoenix Caregiver Franchise Continues Growth & Success with New Locations

PHOENIX, Arizona, February 15, 2010 – ESSENTIAL CARE is pleased to announce the success of the newest Franchisees in Arizona and Utah.

 “We are excited to continue the new growth and attribute our success to the low cost opportunity to owning your own successful business.  Each of these Franchisees brings the level of commitment to and enthusiasm for care giving that helps set ESSENTIAL CARE apart.  We continue to see solid growth in our home market of Phoenix and look forward to seeing similar performance in our new franchised locations,” comments Nic Stevenson, President of ESSENTIAL CARE.

Steven Wood began to develop The Greater Salt Lake City area using the ESSENTIAL CARE brand in November while Naomi and Rosanna Straud are franchisees for the Utah County Utah area. They experience growth due a low initial franchise fee and overall expense and benefits of the EssentialCare system.

Maintaining its commitment to providing leading-level service across the United States, ESSENTIAL CARE intends to continue a steady pace of market expansion throughout the year.

“The commitment of ESSENTIAL CARE is to provide the highest level of Home Care service to as many people as possible. The franchise model allows us to maintain our high standards of service while expanding the reach of the unique systems and service that make ESSENTIAL CARE special.  As great franchisees continue to be attracted to our system, we believe we can satisfy both our unwavering interest in client satisfaction and our desire to broaden the number of people we serve,” concludes Mr. Stevenson.

About ESSENTIAL CARE:  ESSENTIAL CARE is a leading provider and franchisor of non-medical companion services to seniors.  The Company affordably serves nursing home occupants, residents of assisted living facilities, and private individuals who choose to remain in their homes.  ESSENTIAL CARE’s commitment to client satisfaction is governed by the core belief that “Nobody Outgrows a Smile.”