Support & Training

There are many reasons to become a SylvianCare franchise owner. You will benefit from tailored training to suit your needs and become able to offer a proven, profitable service that is unique within the elderly care industry.

Our franchise package includes

The support that you will receive from Sylvian Care includes:

  • Advice on locating a suitable premises
  • Assistance with a business plan if required
  • An introduction to funding if required
  • One week Induction Training with experienced staff in one of our branches
    • Follow up courses along with ongoing support, including coaching and mentoring
  • Recruiting assistance with your own staff and your carers
  • Training in interviewing & assessing potential carers
  • Assessing the most suitable care package for a client
  • Matching the carer to the client
  • Advice on business systems and processes
  • Guidance with the CQC registration process
  • Business set up
  • Guidance on setting up the rostering and invoicing system
  • Exclusive rights to a dedicated territory
  • Exclusive marketing rights to your specified territory
  • Support with gaining relevant accreditation with the local councils
    • Key documents for registration, such as your Statement of Purpose, Support plans and contracts.
  • Continual updates of policies and procedures to meet regulatory changes
  • Mock inspection toolkits to help you with preparing for CQC inspections.
    • Pack of carers uniforms
    • A set of Data Barring Services checks
  • As you can see the help and guidance that we give to our franchisees is both practical and comprehensive. Our aim is to give you the best possible start in your new business as a Sylvian Care owner.

The Technology Factor

We live in a world where an abundance of information is available at our fingertips. With the rapid development of technology and its integration into everyday life, it is no surprise to see that it is widely debated within society.

However, the emergence of technology has certainly had a positive impact in the quality of care provided to people who need support either from their family or from paid carers, so that people can remain in their own homes.

From managing complex medication protocols, to helping transportation needs and wearable technology that can aid chronic conditions, different types of technologies are invariably changing the discourse of how carers and family members provide care for their loved ones.

We live in a world where an abundance of information is available at our fingertips. With the rapid development of technology and its integration into everyday life, it is no surprise to see that it is widely debated within society.

However, the emergence of technology has certainly had a positive impact in the quality of care provided to people who need support either from their family or from paid carers, so that people can remain in their own homes.

From managing complex medication protocols, to helping transportation needs and wearable technology that can aid chronic conditions, different types of technologies are invariably changing the discourse of how carers and family members provide care for their loved ones.

The Technology Factor