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iCare – Intelligent Home Care Solutions Expands Franchise into Broward County via TheFranchiseMall.com

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iCare - Intelligent Home Care Solutions is opening an office this winter serving multiple areas in northern Broward County. It marks the company's second Florida office and serves residents throughout the county seeking in-home assistance for anyone in need of short or long-term help.

iCare – Intelligent Home Care Solutions Expands Franchise into Broward County via FranchiseGator.com

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iCare – Intelligent Home Care Solutions is opening an office this winter serving multiple areas in northern Broward County. It marks the company’s second Florida office and serves residents throughout the county seeking in-home assistance for anyone in need of short or long-term help.

iCare – Intelligent Home Care Solutions Expands Franchise into Broward County via Franchising.com

Local Entrepreneur Opens National Home Care Concept

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POMPANO BEACH, Fla. — iCare – Intelligent Home Care Solutions is opening an office this winter serving multiple areas in northern Broward County. It marks the company’s second Florida office and serves residents throughout the county seeking in-home assistance for anyone in need of short or long-term help.

6 Steps to Steel Yourself for Tough Times

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By Nicole Fallon Taylor, Business News Daily Assistant Editor

Plummeting sales. PR disasters. Piling debts. Lawsuits. Layoffs. These are just a few of the many potential tough situations an entrepreneur might face — and that's just on the business side. Illness, family deaths, relationship issues and other personal problems can weigh heavily on a business owner's mind and make it really difficult to carry on with day-to-day operations.

You may not have faced a significant hardship while running your business yet, or perhaps you've made it through one (or more) and wish you'd handled things differently. Either way, it pays to be prepared. Here are six steps you can take to soften the blow if — or, more likely, when — you find yourself facing tough times.

Maricruz Yambatis Newest iCare Franschise Owner

Maricruz Yambatis Newest iCare Franschise Owner

Please join us in welcoming Maricruz Yambatis our newest iCare Franschise Owner. Having grown up in the Dominican Republic where she assisted Seniors opening her eyes to the vast need for the service. She saw the iCare Franchise as an opportunity to do something she enjoyed and found rewarding.

Global Franchise Opportunities Accelerates North American Expansion

Franchise Conglomerate Advances Strategic Growth; Plans in Place to Open 50 North American Locations in 2016

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – Global Franchise Opportunities, the system of internationally recognized, proven franchise concepts including A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspections (ABCHI), iCare – Intelligent Home Care Solutions and iHandyMan, today announced an extensive growth initiative to increase its North American presence by 50 units in 2016.

Most of those without Medicaid are the working poor

This article originally appeared on usatoday.com. View the original article in full here.

BY JAYNE O’DONNELL and LAURA UNGAR

They toil in America’s fast-food restaurants, call centers and retail stores — yet as many as five million Americans remain not only poor but also uninsured, despite an array of state and federal policies specifically intended to help them get health care.

These people are caught in a health care netherworld. Their employers classify them as part-time workers or independent contractors, therefore avoiding any obligation to provide health care. Their state governments have not expanded Medicaid to include low-wage earners. And government mandates set a standard for “affordable” coverage that is not affordable at all for these families.

First Four iHandyMan Master Franchisors Begin Training

Global Franchise Opportunities is excited to announce that we have the first four iHandyMan Master Franchisors training in unity and will be operating soon. Congratulations to Mary & Hank Lobdell, Katharine & Panos Loucaides, Jeff Gleva, Pedro Giorgana.

Global Franchise Opportunities Announces New International Franchise Concept, iHandyMan

Proven Franchise System, Including One of the World’s Largest Home Inspection Companies, Launches New Home Maintenance Business

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – Bill Redfern, founder and CEO of internationally recognized brands A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspections (ABCHI) and iCare – Intelligent Home Care Solutions, announced today the launch of a new franchise concept, iHandyMan. The professional repair service is the most recent franchise in a series of successful enterprises from Redfern.

Auditor-General tells Ontario to take ‘hard look’ at home care services

This article originally appeared on TheGlobeandMail.com. View the original article in full here.

BY ELIZABETH CHURCH

Ontario’s Auditor-General says the government needs to take a “hard look” at the way it delivers home care after an 18-month investigation found that as little as 61 cents out of every dollar spent goes to face-to-face client services and discovered gaps in the level of care offered across the province.

Walk For Autism

This article originally appeared on HalifaxCitizen.ca. View the original article in full here.

BY CHRIS MUISE

Lauren and Alex Redfern are pretty lucky kids, all things considered. Even though they were diagnosed with autism at an early age, they’ve been blessed with a loving and understanding family that wants to expose them to the same things as one would expose any kid to, and their father, Bill Redfern, has been able to help supplement the support they receive from the mental health system with private providers.

Bill Redfern with daughter Lauren

Ontario shifting home care to private clinics as province seeks savings

KELLY GRANT AND ELIZABETH CHURCH
The Globe and Mail

This article originally appeared on TheGlobeandMail.com. View the original article in full here.

When Jennifer Sewell had a benign cyst removed from her left breast last summer, the procedure was supposed to be a straightforward day surgery.

Instead, the 40-year-old mother of two from rural Southwestern Ontario developed an infection at her incision site, a wound that took more than five months to heal.

In that time, Ms. Sewell received a crash course in the new world of Ontario home care, one in which the treatment patients need is not necessarily delivered in their homes, but rather in privately operated clinics that have brought significant savings to the province’s Community Care Access Centres (CCACs), the 14 publicly funded organizations that co-ordinate nursing visits and personal care in homes across Canada’s largest province.

A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspections Raises Funds for Individuals and Families Living with Autism

Over $3,200 Raised through Walk the Walk for Autism Nova Scotia

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspections (ABCHI) is taking steps to fight autism, over 52,500 steps in less than an hour to be exact.

Founder, president and CEO Bill Redfern teamed up with the brand’s Atlantic Canada franchisees Rick Mayuk and Trevor Johnston to participate in Walk the Walk for Autism, an annual walking charity event sponsored by Autism Nova Scotia in June. Team Lauren and Alex, named for Redfern’s children living with autism, which included several ABCHI franchisees, took over 52,500 steps, and raised over $3,200 for individuals and families living with autism.

So You Want To Grow Your Franchise Internationally - Here’s What You Need To Know

This article was originally published in the summer 2015 issue of Canadian Franchise Magazine. View the original article in full here.

International expansion is the natural next step for franchisors looking to broaden their reach.

But before you pack your bags and cross the ocean, there are many factors that must be taken into consideration. Every street in every city in every country on every continent in the world has homes of some kind – and these homes house families who need a safe and reliable place to rest their heads at night. That’s what A Buyer’s Choice is all about – making sure that homes are in fine condition to be inhabited.

But it’s not as easy as simply selling your franchise concept to someone in a different country. There are hundreds of considerations to be made before you take this huge step, and they all boil down to one word: research.

 Get on the Same Page

The chances of a Canadian location of your Canada-based franchise looking the same as a location in the Middle East are low. The basic structure of your business can be the same, but it’s important to tailor your concept to the idiosyncrasies of different cultures.

Start your international journey with extensive research and exploratory travel. We outsource and hire market research firms to conduct research in the countries in which we’re interested in growing. We want to have a good handle on the market before we even consider opening businesses there. We also connect with real estate industry professionals and specialists across the globe who can give lots of information on the real estate climate, and, in turn, give you an idea of what it’s going to take to find property for a franchisee in that market.

Neil Haley Interviews Bill Redfern, CEO

Today Neil Haley, host of the Total Education Network, held an exclusive interview with Bill Redfern, CEO and found of A Buyer's Choice Home Inspection and iCare - Intelligent Home Care Solutions.

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