Business plan assisted living facility
With the aging baby boomer generation comes the demand for assisted living facilities. A business plan for an assisted living facility needs to address the growing population of the elderly and those who will need live-in assistance. The plan will have to account for medical costs and equipment, medical staff, grounds maintenance, and other supplies. The plan will also take into account the cost for an appropriate facility. Legalities and licensure will also need to be included in a business plan for an assisted living facility.
Things to consider in this business plan:
Will the facility specialize in a particular field (Alzheimer's, diabetes, etc.)?
Will there be facilities for both short and long-term guests?
What types of medical coverage will be accepted?
How will you market the facility to families of those needing care?
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