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Own A Keepsake Companions Franchise

A "We Like Caring For Seniors" Business

Are you are a caring person who would like to own a successful business that cares for seniors? If so, we invite you to research a Keepsake Companions franchise.

We are looking for talented, energetic people who have:

  • A passion to care for seniors and serve their community.
  • An entrepreneurial spirit and the desire to do what it takes to run a successful business.

These are the primary qualities that made Keepsake Companions' owners, Kristen & Henrė Chazaud successful in developing this in home care business. So we ask the same of our franchisees.


You Could Start From Scratch

Yes, you can start an in home care business on your own. However, that will most likely take a lot of time and entail a bit of trial and error.

If you would rather have your business and systems quickly in place in 2-3 months, then you should probably learn more about a Keepsake Companions franchise and our:


Learn About Our Keepsake Approach

Much of what you should know about the Keepsake Companions business culture can be found right in this website. By looking through each strategic page, you will learn about how and why we care, as well as how we serve and communicate with clients, the public and professional referral sources. (Your individual website will be just as personal, strategic and thorough.)



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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
Here are answers to business questions that may be on the tip of your tongue.

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In The News
In The News
Keep up-to-date on the news, programs and services of Keepsake Companions and their franchise operators.

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